Talkin’ Tailgate

    Posted by KathyMillerTime on August 23, 2016 at 7:43 pm

    What makes traveling such fun?  Discovering new people, interesting places, and things such as arts and crafts. TWO YEARS AGO, while visiting Jane and Ken in Vermont, we were spending a typical hiking-up-a  mountain day.  We hiked Haystack Mountain in Pawlet, VT.    The views were spectacular overlooking farms in the valley… and the mountains […]

  • Shotgunit Lips
    Posted by Dave on August 23, 2016 at 5:06 am

    10 days. You only have 10 days before the official kickoff of the college football season. With college football inevitably comes college football tailgating. And college football tailgating almost always includes shotgunning. If you go to a college football tailgate and someone isn’t shotgunning, you probably have walked into a weak tailgate and you need […]

    Posted by KathyMillerTime on August 19, 2016 at 10:27 pm

    One of my favorite pastimes while on a trip is visiting the local Farmers Market.  The Dorset Farmers Market is one of the best!  The fresh vegetables, blueberries, cheeses, maple syrup, biscotti, granola, flowers, soaps, and hand crafted jewelry keep us well fed and me stocked in earrings for our Vermont stay.  We hit the […]

    Posted by KathyMillerTime on August 16, 2016 at 10:05 pm

    Traveling through Vermont is like traveling back in time.  Sure there are modern conveniences, but the homes, the flower gardens, the corn fields lining the valley floors, the aging stone walls, the barns, the cows, and the Green Mountains with no homes sitting atop the peaks remind one of a simpler era…and it feels like […]

  • Tailgating with kids: 3 new ways to play cornhole to keep kids entertained
    Posted by Dave on August 9, 2016 at 8:30 pm

    There is nothing wrong with the standard cornhole game rules, there are some non-traditional games that you can play with a cornhole board that will help to keep the kids interested. […]

    Posted by KathyMillerTime on August 5, 2016 at 8:01 pm

    Living in the South is a wonderful predicament, but as all Southerners know it sure gets hot and humid.  Especially in August.   To escape the heat, Dave and I are visiting 2 of our favorite states, Vermont and Maine.  The Green Mountains of Vermont,  surrounded by fertile valleys,  flowered meadows, white clapboard houses and barns […]

  • Hexa Beer Pong Cups
    Posted by Dave on July 27, 2016 at 2:17 am

    Opening up the beer pong playing surface to allow for more shots and a quicker game of beer pong is what Hexa Beer Pong Cups are all about. […]

  • Product Review – The Hovergrill
    Posted by Brandon on July 22, 2016 at 2:10 pm

    Earlier this week we posted our review of the Smokenator, and in that we disclosed that along with the Smokenator we also received a product called the Hovergrill. Due to the length of that review, and our thoughts about the Hovergrill we opted to do 2 posts instead of cramming it all into one. During […]

    Posted by KathyMillerTime on July 21, 2016 at 3:29 pm

    Just as I love a good butternut squash soup in the winter, (click here and here for 2 versions) summertime means summer squash…lots of it. While in the mountains of NC over the 4th I bought my squash from The Cashiers Farmers Market I used the recipe from The Blackberry Farm Cookbook.  It is delicious and […]

  • The Smokenator
    Posted by Brandon on July 19, 2016 at 7:07 pm

    I think it’s fair to say that the kettle-style charcoal grill is something of an icon in the grilling world. Not only is it a classic symbol of charcoal grilling, it’s easily one of the most affordable, and maybe more importantly versatile style of grill on the market. I’ll go out on a limb and […]

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