My husband and I can pack for a four-day/three-night trip is a single backpack.
The woman who jumps through a ring of fire while standing on two horses is my favorite cast member of “Dixie Stampede.” Yes, she jumps through fire, but she has major stage presence.
Heights make me weak in the knees, but a view of the Smoky Mountains overrides that.
Even though traveling can be stressful (read: make two people apt to bicker),
we always have a ton of fun.
It is possible to have a full, delicious vegetarian meal at Cracker Barrel
(albeit equally unhealthy).
We had to buy a snake bite kit, because we’ll be living in the country near a river.
Four words: Water mocassins. Holy shit.
I love that Knoxville is not a big city like my past homes:
San Diego, NYC, Los Angeles, and Houston.
Yesterday was my last day at my job. Bittersweet. Only a few days left in Houston before we hit the road! Ahhh! This is all happening so quickly, but looking through these photos again is making me feel so excited (except for the snake bite kit)!