Category Archives: National Park Service

Fort Pickens Campground and Langdon Beach

Cuz camps with her dog and cat, which to say the least is interesting in a small camper. However, Jaime is a lovely cat and he took to sleeping with me. He is insistent when it is time to be … Continue reading

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Road Tripping: What do 2 people in a 13 foot A-liner have in common?

Two weeks ago on a pleasant Sunday afternoon, my city cousin called and invited me to accompany her on a jaunt over to Pensacola Beach…a mere 3 hour drive from New Orleans across Mississippi and Alabama to camp. Being the … Continue reading

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The Natchez Trace

Edith Wyatt Moore, Natchez historian and officer of the Natchez Trace Association, was recognized for her civic service January 2, 1935 in promoting the Natchez Trace.  Mrs. Moore presented at a congressional committee hearing regarding the development of the Natchez … Continue reading

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Fighting a Revolution with a flintlock musket

Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, where the Continental Army wintered after the British invaded Philadelphia is now a National Park.  We spent several hours there on our way from Philadelphia to Easton.  (For a visit to the train station, Washington’s headquarters, and … Continue reading

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