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Turtle's Travel Blog
My name is Corey "Turtle" Kerkela. I am a world traveling, Maya archaeologist and budding television personality with a passion for seeing all our world has to offer and helping others do the same.
Turtle’s Travel Blog is meant to inspire you to search out your dream destinations, write them down in a bucket list, and get to them as soon as practical.
Travel has made me a better person and one who loves humanity in all its beautiful facets. Through personal travel stories, in depth travel guides, and unsolicited promotion of the places and experiences on my bucket list, I hope you find the same passions and inspiration to reach out and grab life through experiencing the extraordinary.
Bear's Travel Blog
Hi, I'm Bear and I am a travelholic. I am also really surprised that spellcheck recognises travelholic as a word.
I find that every trip I take brings me closer to the man I want to be, and I think you just might feel the same way when you get out on the road to somewhere different. You meet so many interesting people on the road, and , hopefully, we will get to make eachothers aquantance as you join me on my next adventures.
Bear's blog lists my dream vacations and why your should think about going there too, as well as giving you guides to where I have been.
Please consider following my Instagram and TikTok. I look forword to our fun adventures together.
Inspired by the story of our dear friend, Steve "Coach Mac" McAnelly, The Bucket Fund is an upcoming 501(c)3 dedicated to taking several public servants with life-limiting conditions and limited resources on their dream trips before their conditions make it impossible.
The Bucket Fund Page is here to recruit people who have a heart for those in need to assist us in the development and funding of this ambitious venture, as well as an outlet for those in need to reach out for help. It is here as a portal to and a stand in for our eventual website. Please check it out and reach out if you are interested in partenring with us on this adventure.
Old Florida Blog: Site to See Florida History Up Close
Did you know that Florida used to be twice the size it is now, paleolithic hunters once hunted mastodons and giant sloths on her shores, diverse Native Floridian tribes traded with people as far away as Central America and specialized as ship salvagers, has the oldest continually settled city in the United States, and is the resting place for over 3,000 shipwrecks, many of which carried treasures from Europe, Asia and Latin America. As anthropologists and history obsessed Floridians, we would like to introduce you to our Florida.
The Old Florida blog is about places with natural, cultural and historical interest. We will include our food and drink suggestions and some information on where to stay. Plus, we will teach you some fun facts about Florida culture, past and present.
Please contact us with any suggested locations or subjects, as we wish to promote all the places that made Florida so special today.