Road trip itineraries, destination guides, inspirational photography, and lots of coffee.
The earliest road trip I can remember was a family vacation one summer. We spent a few days traveling down the East Coast from Virginia Beach to Myrtle Beach. I remember how the boredom of sitting in a stuffy car was pleasantly interrupted by the occasional stop at some exciting destination.
Photography will always be my greatest passion, but writing was my first. Now I combine these talents to craft tales of road trip adventures, itineraries, and destination guides.
For me road trips are not just a passion or a career; they are a way of life. Let’s go for a drive.
january’s featured destination
South Carolina State Parks
Read about my journey to become a South Carolina Ultimate Outsider or about my adventures in the parks I’ve visited so far.
Here are a few things to do at one of the most popular, beautiful, and exciting state parks in South Carolina.
Tucked away inside Huntington Beach State Park is the gorgeous and accessible Atalaya Castle, an oceanfront mansion open for tours.
Here are a few things to do with a day trip to this South Carolina state historic site in Summerville.
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The home and burial site of George Washington is really something to see. Here’s everything you need to know before you go.
140 miles. 25 Waterfalls. This road trip explores the North Carolina Waterfall Byway. Are you ready to go for a drive?
One cozy night at the Beaufort Inn was all it took to make me a lifelong fan of this boutique hotel in South Carolina.
I don’t have many wintry images beause I haven’t traveled much in the winter. I prefer warm weather, shorts, and flip flops. Click below to browse through my Winter Collection of fine art prints.