Hope Everyone Had A Merry Christmas

Christmas is a time of fellowship with family and friends we look forward to every year. One of our biggest Christmas traditions has been something in the smoker for years and this year we actually had a whole venison hind quarter to smoke for the family. With an apple brine and apple slices stuffed inside the foil tent it turned out awesome. Sharing time with our family is the best to be sure but we also know there are those less fortunate than us out there.

So many children age out of foster care every year that have nowhere to go for the holidays let alone someplace to live while getting on their feet. As you know my wife and I are working on adopting a child ourselves but we are wanting to make a bigger difference than just our own family. We are working on a few fundraisers to create transitional housing for those kids that are aging out and give them a head start if not a forever family environment. Once we get things set up we will let you know where to donate and volunteer to mentor some of these young people.

That being said we will be donating the proceeds from every sale through any of our affiliate links til Feb 1st to get the funding started. Help us make a difference today and have a happy holiday.

40 Days On The Road

I know it has been quite awhile since our last post but that will be changing soon. After our Summer Adventures we returned to Georgia and got things set set to head out again. After a brief but exciting bow season in Georgia we returned to Florida to help my mom after shoulder surgery. As she recovered we prepped for our 5000 mile trek to Texas via New Jersey, Ohio, Georgia again and finally ending up near Dallas for Thanksgiving. We’ve got lots of great stories to share from our adventures and pics to post too so click that subscribe button so you don’t miss a single post from this adventure!!

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On Top Of The World At Mt Mitchell

Hey everyone,

I’ve gotten a bit behind on updates and reviews but trust me it will be worth the wait. We are in the middle of our first interstate “workation” since we went full time so it’s been a bit of a struggle juggling everything.

We spent an awesome week in North Carolina exploring waterfalls, conquering Mt Mitchell and visiting the Biltmore estate. We also checked out some great local restaurants, a few quaint shops plus paid a visit to my childhood campground near Franklin NC. We will be posting lots of pictures, reviews and artwork this week while we camp on Lake Oconee through Independence day.