The countdown is on until we start our 2 year USA road trip and we want you to help shape our journey. Today we want you to help us create our things to do in North Carolina bucket list.
In case you don’t know, our big goal is to visit all 50 states. Yep, this family of four from Australia has a deep love of America and a willingness to explore and share that with our global online community that extends into the millions.
We’re calling our journey…America Unplugged!
Our America Unplugged road trip is all about discovering the real America. To unplug the hidden secrets and go beyond the flashing neon lights of Vegas, Hollywood Boulevard and the skyscrapers of NYC.
We still plan on doing all the touristy stuff, but it’s about going deeper and finding out what Americans love about America? What makes America the beautiful?
Here’s a quick video we made about the trip:
We want to know your local favorites and the hidden gems in your backyard?
We previously spent four years living in Raleigh, North Carolina when Caz was in her previous teaching career, and absolutely loved living in NC and can’t wait to return. We are huge North Carolina Tar Heels fans and can’t wait to get back amongst the college sports scene.
We know there are so many places we have yet to see and places we need to explore more of in NC.
So, when we visit again we still want to experience the popular attractions in North Carolina, but can you suggest other places to visit? What are your best tips for a vacation in NC?
Some things already on our North Carolina bucket list include:
- Drive the Blue Ridge Parkway
- Visit Asheville
- Explore the Outer Banks
- Eat BBQ
- Carolina basketball game
Help us create our things to do in North Carolina bucket list
In the comments section down below, share any Carolina travel tips you have on:
- Cities and towns
- National Parks
- Beaches in North Carolina
- Eat & drink
- Road trips
- Hiking spots
- Camping spots
- Anything else you want to share…
And stay tuned. Over the coming months, we’ll be doing the same blog post for each state. You can read the others here. We love traveling like the locals and with your help we’ll discover what really makes America the beautiful.
You can join our journey by jumping in our virtual suitcase. Thousands of others in our VIP email community already receive a personal email message once per week plus links to our most recent blog posts so you don’t miss a thing. Pop your details below:
I’ve never been as excited about a trip as this one. When it comes to travel, the diversity of America has always blown us away with its staggering range of possibilities.
We’ll be sharing all our pre-trip planning for our #AmericaUnplugged road trip on this blog, and then once the road trip begins (mid this year) on our social channels and YouTube.
Bring. It. On.
We’re here and this is what we’ve experienced in North Carolina so far:
- An iconic night at the Durham Bulls baseball game
- Tubing, knee boarding and sunset camping fun at Lake Kerr
- I carried a watermelon at the Dirty Dancing festival, Lake Lure
- My adventure at Great Wolf Lodge, Charlotte
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Please share your tips in the comments section down below.