All about my little mess of me

Jana’s the name. It’s not usually a name you find on a key chain at a travel center. Which by the way, sucks. I am not the best at introducing myself, especially on point out. For starters I am a huge fan of traveling. It’s a huge part of my life and the way I live my life and my future life. I am a down to basis southern bell, born and raised in Georgia, USA. I’ve lived in georgia my entire life & I don’t think i’d see it any other way. All though, occasionally I like to see the city & not just country back roads. I enjoy various activities outside of traveling such as photography, journaling, organized based activities, hiking, outdoor activities & of course spending as much time with my family and my dog.

My Travel locations

My recommendations

For the past year or year and a half I’ve spent a lot of time traveling to small locations and some even out of my little peach state, Georgia. I have experienced a few spots that are my favorites and my absolute “i’ll definitely be back” locations.

Santa Rosa Beach, Florida

Santa Rosa Beach, Florida is one spot that me and my family have been going to for years. It’s absolutely heaven on earth of pure beauty & breathtaking sunsets you’ll ever experience. It’s about 30 minutes from Panama City Beach. It’s on my list of favorite places.

The Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee

The Smoky’s. Another family vacation spot for years. As a little girl my grandparents have always taken my to the smokies almost once every year. The views are absolutely amazing and it’s even more unbelievable in the fall months. Highly recommended vacation spot.

Key West, Florida

Key West, Florida was a very old more so of a retirement or small vacation location for those retired and looking to travel. It’s rich in history and it’s a 14 hour drive from my homestead. It’s a great road trip place through Florida. It’s vibrant in color and history. A place i’d travel back too in the future. Recommended.

Tuckaleechee Caverns in Tennessee

Absolutely breathtaking, is the only words that come to mind when I talk about the caverns in the smokies of Tennessee. It’s a 1 1/2 long cave/tunnel in Townsend Tennessee. It’s an experience worth seeing and being a part of. Pictures do not justice for the amount of beauty for which god created. 5 out of 5 rating. It’s 107 feet underground & astonishing.