May Adventures for the Trekking Techies

Hello world! It’s been a while since we update you guys on this blog. It was an accidental hiatus due to moving across the country and exploring our new place. Long story short, we drove across the Southeast of the U.S. Where we stayed: Oak Forest RV Resort (Austin, TX) and Lake Texoma State Park…

Mr. Bunker’s Creed

When we first moved to Columbia, South Carolina, people from here told us that it was a city not from where you wanted to be. If you wanted to go to the mountains, you could drive about 2 hours. The beach? Charleston and Myrtle Beach were right next door. The greens around the area was…

Visiting Congaree National Park

A few years back, we visited the Congaree National Park, and I didn’t like it. I wasn’t excited to be walking in the heat of the summer through a mosquito-infested jungle while hardly breathing due to the high humidity. Jason talked so high about how good walking through trails would be and how cool that…

Big Family Fun in Atlanta, GA

Jason and I had a blast visiting our family in the summer in Georgia. We stayed close to Atlanta, GA, where we didn’t experience the heavy traffic. We were still able to go into Atlanta to enjoy some of its attraction without fighting in traffic all day every day. Having the largest aquarium in the…

Geocaching at Barnwell State Park

Barnwell State Park was the first place we visited twice in Mr. Bunker. This time we went because of the Geoweekend event. I’ve been meaning to get into geocaching because Jason told me it would be fun and worth exploring. The event seemed like the perfect way to get into it. I reserved our spot…

Aiken, South Carolina in the Making

As expected, we ran into a town that was so cool, we wished we could stay longer. I guess that comes with travelling. On this trip, I realized that without Mr. Bunker, we would’ve never discovered Aiken, SC and all its artistic glory. Being so close to home, we never thought to visit it before….

Camping in Lake Greenwood State Park

Visiting the Lake Greenwood State Park was a lot of fun. The road leading to the state park was a little lonely. If we were traveling at night, it would almost feel like a horror movie if we would have gotten a flat tire. Luckily, we were traveling during the daylight, had no flat tires,…