On this episode of “Traveling Eats,” we’re trekking through this meaty mecca and sharing our top picks for barbecue, breakfast tacos, beer, and OODLES more!
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As one of the most remote—and least visited—national parks in the contiguous U.S., Great Basin is a place of wonder, discovery, larger-than-life vistas, and solitude on a scale most people aren’t able to find nowadays.
We’re finishing season 1 of Hello Ranger by road tripping along the “Loneliest Road in America” to Great Basin National Park, one of the most remote and least visited of the main 62 national parks.
Gulf Islands National Seashore, which is low-key one of the largest and most visited national park sites in the entire country, has parts in the Florida panhandle, and parts along Mississippi’s barrier islands. Between the two, this coastal colossus packs a wallop with military history, epic wildlife, and terrain that ranges from salt marshes and mainland forest to postcard-perfect sandy beaches and dunes.
For this edition of “Hello Ranger Happy Hour,” we discuss some of our favorite recipes, our lazy-day go-tos, and Brad’s special love of meatloaf!
After bookending our 2019 with stints in and around Gulf Islands National Seashore, an expansive coastal park that encompasses two states, we’re recapping some of our most epic memories and experiences in the Florida panhandle and Mississippi.
When it comes to quintessential, formative American Presidents, names like Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, and Barack Obama come to mind, but how about Lyndon Baines Johnson? The Vice President who took over the presidency following JFK’s assassination, the Texas democrat had a surprisingly monumental impact on American history.
On this special bonus episode we are celebrating Black in the National Parks Week. Tune in to hear more from the person who started Black Birders Week and Black in the National Parks Week.
One of the tastiest cities we’ve visited in our RV, Albuquerque is a low-key foodie mecca filled with vibrant flavors like green chile, blue corn, piñon, and German chocolate cake beer.