According to this article in Forbes Magazine, these are your eight best bets to fit a bargain vacation in the shoulder season or the fall. We’ve already got our Fall travel planned out and booked, but I would think that these destinations would be perennially inexpensive in September […]
The Roaming Parkers are all about Travel, Outdoor Adventure, Conservation, and Food. Come along with us on this journey!
My mom! – Anyone that can cook 3 meals per day for a family of seven every day for 40 years is a master chef! Justin Wilson – I guarantee! Irma Rombauer Emeril Lagasse – BAM! Rachael Ray Paula Dean – Everything starts with a stick of butter. […]
Several of these are already on the Roaming Parkers’ list and several more totally deserve to be! Which of these cheap travel destinations sounds the most fun to you? Which ones would you pass on?
Feel the need to do something tangible to help with climate/environment? Here are 10 ongoing opportunities local to Mississippi that are totally doable and totally worthwhile! Pearl Riverkeeper Clean Sweep (September) Mississippi DOT Adopt-a-Highway Arbor Day Tree planting (second Friday in February) Christmas Bird Count (December) American Hiking […]
…yet Here are ten adventure activities that the Roaming Parkers have never done – but none of them are totally out of the question. Some of these even sound sort of intriguing… parachuting/hang gliding technical climbing SCUBA diving 5k/marathon/triathlon/pentathlon running with the bulls hot air balloon safari trekking […]
I’m starting a new feature for The Roaming Parkers blog – Top Ten Tuesdays. I figure to post simple top-10 lists related to travel, adventure, conservation, and food. I might add a sentence or two of commentary or I might not. Feel free to jump in with a […]
The Roaming Parkers are Greece-bound! This fall we are headed to Athens for a couple of weeks and we are totally looking forward to exploring southern and eastern mainland areas! But why Greece? What put that idea in our heads? I could probably rattle off a dozen reasons […]
Summertime in the deep South is melon season, and few things are more synonymous with summertime around here as a sweet, ripe, chilled melon! Around Central Mississippi the epitome of the watermelon is a red Smith County watermelon. I don’t know why, but those Smith County melons simply […]
The Pearl River starts near Nanih Waiya, the legendary birthplace of the Choctaw nation in central Mississippi and runs southeast, gathering the waters of Strong river and Yockanookany before it flows through the Ross Barnett Reservoir and southward into Louisiana, where it subsumes the waters of the Bogue […]