D.I.Y. Portable Disposable Charcoal Grill

D.I.Y. Portable Disposable Charcoal Grill

D.I.Y. Portable Disposable Charcoal Grill

Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser, Walmart Family Mobile. All opinions are mine alone. #SummerIsForSavings #CollectiveBias #WFM2 Are you ready to learn how to make an incredibly easy D.I.Y. portable disposable charcoal grill? These are perfect for summer day trips or travel of any type. Or even for those of you who love the taste of grilled foods but hate the mess afterward. It will save you so much room in your vehicle if you’re traveling. Before I get to that, I want to talk about photography for a minute which is important

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Mother’s Day in the Park at Reed Bingham State Park #Georgia #Travel May 13, 2017

Mother’s Day in the Park at Reed Bingham State Park #Georgia #Travel May 13, 2017

As a nature loving, camping, glamping outdoor family, we do a lot of traveling to state parks on school breaks and in summer and one of our favorite parks that is located in Adel, Georgia is Reed Bingham State Park. It’s worth the several hours it takes to get there and even though I know I’m going to have to endure hundreds of complaints of “are we there yet” from the kids, the minute we pull up at the park, we all get as excited as a kid at Christmas. There’s so much to do at this 1,613-acre park and

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Georgia Travel High Falls State Park Camping Glamping

Georgia Travel High Falls State Park Camping Glamping

This is my favorite time of year. We’ve been enjoying warm weather in the 70’s and sometimes 80’s and for me, that means one thing… travel. I took off last weekend on a road trip to check out a couple of places in Georgia I’ve been wanting to revisit. Our first stop was High Falls State Park. There are many reasons why I recommend a weekend at this park. I love hiking here because it’s so scenic and beautiful. I’m looking forward to Paws on the Falls which will take place next weekend and again April 29th. You might remember

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Boho, Gypsy, Hippie, Glamping On A Budget Travel

Boho, Gypsy, Hippie, Glamping On A Budget Travel

I grew up during the 60’s & 70’s when VW’s and camping was all the rage. We enjoyed waking up by the water and hearing the sounds of nature around us. Our parents made sure we had plenty of marshmallows to roast over an open fire. We bathed in the river and fished for our meals. We met new people and enjoyed many activities that involved nature. Our sleeping bags kept the mosquitos away during the night and our tents provided comfort from the elements. Sometimes we’d ride horses and other times we’d get out in the water on paddleboats

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