If you’ve never heard of the Little Free Library here’s the 30,000-foot overview. Little Free Library is a nonprofit organization that inspires a love of reading, builds community, and sparks creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges around the world. Through Little Free Libraries, millions of books are exchanged each year,Read More →

Recently two fellow road warriors and myself ended up in the same town one evening and as our conversations usually do, we ended up talking about food. Golden Rule BBQ Irondale, AL Felix’s Fish Camp Restaurant Spanish Fort, AL Sweet Potatoes Savannah, GA Dauphin’s Mobile, AL Wintzell’s Oyster House Mobile,Read More →

With the interwebs ranting about @realDonaldTrump and his recent executive order I figured the world could survive without me weighing in on it. Regardless of my political affiliation, I’d be pissed if I couldn’t get back into the country since I’m a citizen. Hell I get pissed if my flightsRead More →

National Press Release Thursday, January 26, 2017 WASHINGTON — The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) today announced the expansion of TSA Pre✓® to 11 new airlines, bringing the total number of airlines participating in TSA Pre✓® to 30. The expansion includes both foreign and domestic airlines operating within the United States.Read More →

Ahhh, the SunPass, living in Florida you’re more than likely familiar with it. If not, the SunPass can actually make your Florida travel a bit easier when it comes to time and money. The transponder, once attached to the inside of your windshield, transmits a radio signal to sensors mountedRead More →

There are many ways to document travels and adventures. Some choose to journal, too time-consuming for me, some bring back shot glasses from their destinations and others, myself included, take pictures. In this digital age, it’s easy to share our travels, there’s SnapChat, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google Drive and onRead More →

I’m not much of an alarmist, especially when it comes to the weather and travel. I routinely head up north during winter forgetting a heavy, actually any coat, my wife swears there’s an umbrella in my backpack, somewhere, and I love driving rental cars in the snow. Rolling into MondayRead More →