Oct/11/2014 1 Malia Lane

Georgia Aquarium 225 Baker Street NW Atlanta, GA 30313 (404) 581-4000 When I asked friends for suggestions on what to see while I was in Atlanta, several said not to miss the Georgia Aquarium.  What brought me here was to see the Gone With the Wind Museum in Marietta and honestly, I was more in […]

Oct/8/2014 3 Malia Lane
Depression, Health Issues

October 6, 2014 – After saying goodbye to my 88 year old mom last week for what I imagine to be the last time given her worsening condition, I’m having a hard time getting back into happy travel mode.  Even though no physical condition at the moment is life-threatening, the doctors say there’s really no […]

I was bewitched by Cades Cove from the first time I entered that 11 mile loop in July, 2013.  I was so enchanted that I knew I wanted to see more than I could if I spent just the summer having to divide my time with all the many other attractions of the Smoky Mountains. […]

The table below have my planned stops when I was still researching my trip south down the Trace.  As of October 27, 2014, I’m there!  Here’s the link to the index page on the website where I’ll be posting lots of pictures and details of this journey. Malia’s Miles – Natchez Trace Parkway Comments below […]

I guess because I’ve been in Tennessee for over a year now, I’m getting more email and messages from readers asking if I’m still fulltime RVing or if I’ve settled down here.  For sure when I got here in June, 2013 I didn’t anticipate that I’d be here so long.  But to me, that’s one […]

For those who enjoyed the last blog post about my hike to Grotto Falls, I just added a couple more related pages about the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail and the Bud Ogle Cabin and Nature Trail to Malia’s Miles website, so please check out the links for more pictures and info. Noah “Bud” Ogle […]

July 11, 2014 – I keep getting questions about why I’m staying in one place for so long when my I’m a fulltime RVer and my home has wheels.   All I can keep saying is that I so fell in love with the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and there’s just so much to see […]

June 26, 2014 – During my previous visit to Clingmans Dome, I had intended to do this trail then, but got rained out and wound up having to run down the mountain to keep my camera from getting soaked.  But I had heard enough about the beauty of the flame azalea that only bloom in […]

I’d heard about Clingmans Dome ever since arriving at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee – it being the highest point in the Smokies at 6,643 feet (“On Top of Old Smoky”), also making it one of the highest peaks in the eastern United States . My first visit up there was at […]

June 11, 2014 – I was seriously suffering from separation anxiety after leaving my motorhome for repairs on Monday and not being able to stay in it for almost a week (see this post about that problem), so I decided the best medicine was to go someplace scenic I’d never been to before. I didn’t […]

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