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Big Rig Friendly Travel Routes

The Lincoln Highway – A Big-Rig Friendly Travel Route

Driving a big rig doesn’t mean you have to stick to the interstates. My husband, Bob, and I have been full-time...

The Quad Cities of Iowa and Ilinois

For the last seven years we have been on an adventure to see America and what is more iconic American...

Outdoor Adventure in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of Minnesota

Once we drove into the town of Ely we knew it was our kind of place.  We were up in...

Our First Taste of Minnesota – Duluth and Grand Rapids

Some little voice in my travel head said Duluth was going to be a pretty cool Minnesota town.  And, based...

Exploring Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, History and Food

We are going to introduce you to some small towns in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula that you have probably never heard...

Ship Viewing in the Soo, Michigan

The town of Sault Ste. Marie (commonly just called “The Soo”) straddles the U.S. Canadian border  and made a name...

Exploring Mackinaw City and Mackinaw Island, Michigan

One of the most photographed and recognizable features of Michigan is the Mackinaw Bridge.  The magnificent bridge rises high over...

History in the Deep South

There were two towns in the south that we wanted to visit on our way north…Fairhope, Alabama and Vicksburg, Mississippi. ...

Bristol, Connecticut

About 20 miles to the west of Hartford is a dot on the Connecticut state map that says Bristol.  There...

A Few Things to See and Eat Along Coastal Connecticut

Connecticut is a beautiful part of New England with plenty of natural beauty complimented by rich history.  We had less...