Month: July 2019

Lots of Swallow-tailed Kites

We went to Fisheating Creek in Florida in hopes of seeing the Swallow-tailed Kites. About half the eastern population of Kites congregate in the area for a couple days near the end of July in preparation for their flight to South America. We didn’t… Continue Reading “Lots of Swallow-tailed Kites”

Fisheating Creek

We recently went to southwest Florida to see the Swallow-tailed Kite migration to South America. We understood that the Kites are in the Fisheating Creek area around July 23 and 24. We had no idea where to look. We arrived on the 22nd and… Continue Reading “Fisheating Creek”

Our First eBook from Year 1

Regis and I have been working on a book documenting our first year on the road and including pro-tips and tricks for future adventurers. We finally finished an eBook and got it published today on It is available for purchase at this site.… Continue Reading “Our First eBook from Year 1”

Gifts of the Day – St. Augustine

Everyday, I search for the gifts of the day. You never know what beautiful things life will reveal until you look for it. Regis and I went kayaking today. We were able to kayak on the intracoastal waterway (ICW) in front of our house… Continue Reading “Gifts of the Day – St. Augustine”