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American Road Trip Talk (Podcast): Muriel Eason: Tracks Across The Border Byway

Posted by Foster Braun in American Road Trip Talk, in American Road Trip Talk (Podc... 13 October 2015 · 310 views

American Road Trip Talk (Podcast): Muriel Eason: Tracks Across The Border Byway Click here to listen...
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In the summer issue of American Road Magazine an article in our Friends in the Fastlane column featured a new byway that will thrill fans of the old west.  It is called the Tracks Across Borders Byway and it traces a route from southern Colorado to northern New Mexico along the top of t...


Geneva And Geneva On The Lake Ohio

Posted by etchr66 in For Namesake, 25 June 2013 · 2,205 views
Ohio, Summer Resort and 3 more...

Geneva And Geneva On The Lake Ohio It's summer time and its hot. What better way to cool down then to spend some time at the lake. With that in mind, our Namesake town for this entry is Geneva, Ohio and the nearby summer resort town of Geneva on the Lake. Both are located in Ashtabula County, which has a wealth of museums and sites of historic interest. In addition there are some eighteen...



Posted by Alex Burr - hester_nec in Alex Burr - YankeeTraveller, 10 June 2010 · 1,848 views

Hello. Tho I am new to this media, blogging, I am not new to American Road. I've been around since the beginning. I do have a road trip web site, but  decided to give this blog a try to post my rather infrequent road trips in the Memphis, TN, area.Being nearly 73 years old I'm old enough to remember the good old days of 2-lane road travel. Indeed,...


Events In History For Sunday 15Th November 2015

Posted by guyrcook2015 in Traveling on the Information Highway, 15 November 2015 · 100 views
#history #events

1492 - Christopher Columbus notes 1st recorded reference to tobacco
1884 - Colonization of Africa orgainized at international conference in Berlin
1948 - Mackenzie King retires after spending 22 years as the Prime Minister of Canada
1969 - 250,000 peacefully demonstrate in Wash DC against Vietnam War
1988 - PLO proclaims State of Palestine, recognizes Isr...


American Road Trip Talk (Podcast): Katherine Hayes: Lincoln Funeral Train

Posted by Foster Braun in American Road Trip Talk, 08 September 2015 · 695 views

American Road Trip Talk (Podcast): Katherine Hayes: Lincoln Funeral Train Click here to listen...
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This edition of American Road Trip Talks goes behind the scenes of an article and picture that appeared in our Spring 2015 issue 2.  The focus was on a remarkable sculpture display in the town of Troy, Ohio featuring a 31’ tall sculpture of Abraham Lincoln that will delight all of y...


Search Engine Directory List

Posted by Guy R Cook in Guy R Cook's Blog, 22 February 2015 · 220 views

Search Engine Directory List And after you submit, then you inform others, here's the suggestion:


Athens, Georgia

Posted by etchr66 in For Namesake, 20 November 2014 · 503 views
Athens, Georgia, Bulldogs

Athens, Georgia Our Namesake   city this time is Athens, Georgia
Athens, Georgia (33.956093, -83.388951)
Athens, Georgia is a city of 115,452 located in Clarke County along the routes of US 29 and US 441. The city lies just 60 miles northeast of Atlanta near the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Home to the University of Georgia and Piedmont Col...


Skeeter Mountain

Posted by Brainbucket Mike in Crazy names of places around the country, 29 November 2012 · 2,266 views
Illinois, strange names

Skeeter Mountain Another stop on our way out to Route 66 last year.  Bring your "Off"


Ohio River Sb (Ind.)

Posted by beckyrepp in Becky Repp's Blog, 13 September 2011 · 3,245 views

LST 325-Tour an authentic WWII warship. She is "Last of the Class" meaning-the only operational LST in existence. http://dld.bz/aj3CW


Palmantier's Motel

Posted by RainiePalmantier in RainiePalmantier's Blog, 14 February 2011 · 3,405 views

This is a first for me. I'm trying to get information on the history of the Palmantier's Motel. Anyone know anything about it? We're now open for business! We have nightly and weekly efficiency rooms. They're huge rooms. We fell in love with the place at the action and just had to have it. So now we're the proud new owners. We are...


A Refreshing Idea For Turkey In The Summer

Posted by roadwarriorvet in Road Recipe Warrior, 04 July 2010 · 2,765 views

http://stjomobedandb...urkeybreast.JPG Hello everyone and Happy Fourth of July :) Well today it is raining up here on the Hill, but I still have grille cooking on my mind.   A couple of weeks back I had friends over for dinner and came up with a refreshing idea for grilling the turkey breast.  During the holida...


A Museum With History That Should Never Be Forgotten

Posted by roadwarriorvet in Experiences on the Road, 27 March 2010 · 3,020 views

Hello everyone!! As the weather gets nicer, more the public will be out and about on the road, enjoying the sunshine, fresh air, road trips, and all the unique places the US has throughout its road systems.  This country's interstate system is one that can anyone with a vehicle or motorcycle just about anywhere, and if the interstate does not...


Wi Yellowstone Trail Menomonee Falls To Oshkosh

Posted by WisHxGeek in WisHxGeek's Wanderings, 17 March 2010 · 2,854 views

On the way home from the Wisconsin Governor's Conference on Tourism I decided to take the Yellowstone Trail home since it was a beautiful spring day. I placed a bunch of photos in the gallery from along the way- however the photos are reversed so they start near Waupaca and end in Germantown.WI Yellowstone Gallery Here is a handy guide for the Yellows...


More Than A Effn' Good Hot Dog

Posted by JunoLev in this new slang, 02 November 2009 · 3,266 views

This is a effn’ good hot dog.”My brother Dan is a geologist and he never swears.We’re in an old building with salmon-colored walls. Dan plows through his third hot dog, smothered in relish, pickles and ketchup.“Are they dotted? Hey! Are they dotted? Five, one, three!”Yester-slingers shout in this thick Yester-brogue, barely audible over Casey Kase...


2009 October 31b

Posted by yttrailman in yttrailman's Blog, 31 October 2009 · 3,252 views

At the urging of Becky Repp I will attempt to comprehend and take part in this Blog feature.For this last year our work with the Yellowstone Trail has been more or less limited to the Trail in Wisconsin. In deed, we have a product to show for the effort which I will comment on as soon as I have a better idea of what happens with this text after I "sub...


Northwest Mom And Pop Lakeside Lodges

Posted by Keep the Show on the Road! in Keep the Show on the Road!'s Blog, 30 October 2009 · 2,683 views

Sheila and I enjoyed a National Parks fall tour a couple of weeks ago, but I have not posted much of the trip.  Other activities have intervened, including the rediscovery of Spencer on the National Parks Highway (see posts on the forum).Our National Parks tour took us through Rainier, Glacier, and the North Cascades, and of course we stayed on the two la...

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