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If These Mountains Could Talk…

We will always return to the mountains of Western North Carolina as one of our favorite places. In these mountains we feel God’s peace and presence. We witness His artistry in every new season and are drawn back again and again. If these mountains could talk, I feel like they would tell stories of love…

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Florida Fish Feeding, Bird Counting and a State Park

Since arriving in Florida in November Mark has been checking off some maintenance projects on Old Glory. At the top of the list was to get our furnace going. After troubleshooting, seeking advice, replacing the motherboard then replacing the sail switch, it is working now! We gave it a good test in January when the…

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Moonshine Creek Recap

We first pulled in to Moonshine Creek Campground in Western North Carolina in May of 2019. It was then we began our workamping careers. The past 5 months have been exciting, educational, fun, fulfilling and just the beginning of our new workamping lifestyle. The camping season at Moonshine Creek is quickly coming to an end…

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Making Memories at Moonshine Creek

The seasons are changing, Labor Day weekend has come and gone and schools are back in session. Moonshine Creek was a new adventure just 4 short months ago and now it feels like an old friend that will forever be part of our story. We’ve made a lot of great memories here. I know we…

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The Appalachian Trail, Clingmans Dome and Mingus Mill

  Clingmans Dome is in the Great Smoky National Forest. Well known for it’s beautiful views, at 6,644′ it is the highest mountain in the Smokies.  On a clear day, you can see 7 states from the top: Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama. Our visit to the famous summit was…