Month: October 2018

Identifying large predator tracks

Everyone is concerned with bears and how to deal with bears, and that is a respectable concern for hikers, but throughout most of North America, your most likely large mammal encounter is going to be feline or canine. and you’re far more likely to encounter tracks than the actual […]

Treasures in the poorest places

Just because many people in a particular location are struggling financially does not mean that place does not have anything to offer a vacationer or adventurer!  Some of the most amazing education and exploration and adventure venues in the United States are in or near some of the […]

Keto Craze

Have you heard about this “keto diet” thing?  Well, if you are alive and awake and interacting with the rest of the world these days you probably have.  Maybe you’ve wondered what they were talking about when they are talking this “keto” thing. Check it out! The Roaming […]

Conservation wins at Gulf Shores

The Roaming Parkers have always loved Gulf Shores Alabama – affectionately known as The Emerald Coast and even, “The Redneck Riviera.”  Gulf Shores has pretty much everything you need for a fantastic beach getaway, whether you want to soak in the sun, splash in the waves, paddleboard, parasail, […]

Amazing atomic age sites in Mississippi

The Roaming Parkers are all about Travel, Adventure, Conservation, and Food.  We just got back from a wonderful family vacation at the Riviera of the South – Gulf Shores, Alabama.  Before that, we were hiking at Mount Saint Helens and exploring in Bigfoot’s footprints in the Pacific Northwest. […]