Tag: Family

Encapsulating the Crawlspace, When Mold Takes Over.

A homeowner’s worst expense is the one that you can’t even see and isn’t likely to improve home value. That’s where we found ourselves last year. Our first year in our home was a drought year. We had some rain, but by mid august… Continue Reading “Encapsulating the Crawlspace, When Mold Takes Over.”

Holiday Inn Club Time Share, is it worth it?

In 2014 we opted for a “cheap” Florida vacation by using a free hotel voucher which included a time share presentation with Holiday Inn Club. Having been through a time share presentation with Wyndham and having a less than stellar experience, I was not… Continue Reading “Holiday Inn Club Time Share, is it worth it?”

Finally, A Kitchen for the New Year

Happy 2021! Last night I made sure to stay up and open the door at midnight to kick 2020 out of here. Sounds silly, but it’s the truth. I’m not one to stay up late, ever… but I made it, just for that purpose.… Continue Reading “Finally, A Kitchen for the New Year”

Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure in the time of Covid

If you are going stir crazy like I was and looking at stateside vacations, Universal might be on your list. Actually, it wasn’t on mine. I was looking at taking a road trip to TN and KY to see the fall color. Then I… Continue Reading “Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure in the time of Covid”

Fabrico Above Ground Pool Dome Review

Shortly after moving into our house Daniel was determined he wanted a pool. We’ve had a pool before. Who was out cleaning it all the time? Me. Who doesn’t like to swim? Me. I did not want a pool… But I was outvoted and… Continue Reading “Fabrico Above Ground Pool Dome Review”

When life gives you lemons, change up your blog.

I originally started this blog as a family travel blog. I thought it would be a great outlet to share our adventures with others and maybe help families plan their trips by reading our experiences. Then 2020 happened. I feel like I’ve gone through… Continue Reading “When life gives you lemons, change up your blog.”

Backyard Chickens. Is it worth it?

When Covid hit and the grocery store shelves started going a bit bare, I started feeling like we needed to be a little more self sufficient. I’ve had chickens in the past. I really enjoyed having them. I parted ways when coyotes found them… Continue Reading “Backyard Chickens. Is it worth it?”

Cathedral Caverns, Woodville, AL

One of our favorite local spots to visit is Cathedral Caverns in Woodville, AL. Originally called Bat Cave, Cathedral Caverns was opened to the public by Jacob Gurley in the 1950’s. The cave was renamed because of its cathedral-like appearance.  The state acquired it in… Continue Reading “Cathedral Caverns, Woodville, AL”

Step One – Tear Down This Wall.

When I showed my husband this house on Zillow he wasn’t interested at all. We were having a hard time finding something with all of our wants with room to park our camper, quiet neighborhood and close to town. I was getting desperate and… Continue Reading “Step One – Tear Down This Wall.”

A Zoo in Huntsville, Al?

A New Zoo For You in Huntsville, AL