The town to our east has for far too long been known simply as a college football town - those days are over. Rich history, delicious food and drink, active lifestyle and a love of craft all combine in this adventure city.Read More
One of the most exciting things happening in Nashville is the growth of soccer fans in our city, so when we were selected as the next host of USA vs Mexico, we knew we had to witness it live. But what we witnessed, was not what we expected.Read More
Moon River’s first time in Chattanooga had us sleeping in the grass, swimming in the Tennessee River, enjoying local brews, and listening to some of the best Americana/Folk artists.Read More
Every hotel was booked and every car was rented, as tourists from all over took over Nashville to see the "once in a lifetime" (isn't it happening again in 2024?) event. If you weren't able to get in the path of totality, or your view was blocked by a cloud, or a high rise, you really missed out on one of the most spectacular events I've ever seen. Luckily, I took a few photos.Read More
One of my friends always loves sending me photos of how Nashville used to look, which inspires me to capture some of our city, as we continue to grow. Here's a handful of photos from my walk from Crema to Broadway, and a walk across the pedestrian bridge.Read More
Get your Indiana Jones on....
Stephen's Gap is a sinkhole cavern located just east of Huntsville, AL and by all means it's an absolute southern belle. Less than a mile hike with some short up-hill bursts is all it takes to get to the cave. What you'll notice first is a small waterfall, and as you approach it, you find it plunges deep through a 20 foot wide hole about 140ft down into the earth. This is where my good friend, Henry Thompson of Holdfast Adventures set up shop. He's a master ropes guy, and he was the ticket to making this trip something beyond epic.
The first time I went to Burgess Falls, we quickly made a pit stop on the drive home and decided to only go to the lookout. Little did I know that it was going to be the winter that a major ice storm came and destroyed the trail down to the falls. Two years have passed, the trail to the base remains closed, and I heard there was another way. Kayaking.Read More
Our first vlog reflects on our late summer adventures to Cookeville, TN and surrounding areas in the summer of '16.Read More
After being on this journey for almost two years, it's been obvious that one of the most attractive features Tennessee boasts is their waterfalls. Check out our Explorer Guide to Tennessee Waterfalls!Read More
Summer was coming to a close, and we hadn't made it to the most popular swimming hole in Tennessee. So we were off on Labor Day and made our way early in the morning to beat the crowds (it also helps that we hike fast).Read More