New Orleans Casts Her Spell Once Again

20140116-224631.jpg

Since we will move to Massachusetts soon, we began talking about the things we still wanted to do in the South before we leave. We’ve visited Amarillo, Dallas/Fort Worth, Natchez, Eureka Springs and even been to Southfork Ranch in Parker, Texas. But one place we haven’t been is New Orleans. This weekend, that changes. Read more of this post

Bikers That Aren’t Bad To The Bone [VIDEO]

On our way toward this weekend’s vacation destination, we stopped at a small restaurant to have a snack when it looked like the cast of ‘Sons of Anarchy’ swept into town on their Harley’s, decked out in leather, looking rugged and forbidding. It was easy to see why many people averted their eyes and turned away as the bikers ambled into the restaurant where we were dining. But what happened next was going to be anyone’s guess. Read more of this post

Our Life In Clam Chowder

It’s a new year and the perfect time for starting new chapters in life. In 2014, our next chapter will take us to New England where we will move early this year. That means new jobs, new adventures, and most of all lots of fresh, yummy seafood! Read more of this post

The Old Mill Is A Photographer’s Paradise [PHOTOS]

20131215-210317.jpg

When we travel, it is always fun to find an out-of-the-way place that is both picturesque and relaxing to visit. During our trip to North Little Rock this weekend for the Bon Jovi concert, we pulled up Trip Advisor on my cell phone to see if there was anything we should stop and see while we were in town. One of the off-the-beaten-path destinations it listed was the Old Mill at T.R. Pugh Memorial Park. So we decided to check it out, and boy were we glad we did!

Read more of this post

Jathan and Heather Discover The History And Romance Of Natchez, Mississippi [VIDEO]

Jathan and Heather visit Natchez

Jathan and Heather enjoy lunch at the Pig Out Inn in historic Natchez. (Photo by Jathan Fink/Jadeworks Entertainment)

We finally made it to the historic town of Natchez, Mississippi, a town we’ve wanted to visit for years. Greg Iles, one of our favorite writers and author of books like The Quiet Game and Blood Memory, lives here and during this trip many of the places he has written about came to vivid life. Read more of this post