Pardners! I'm writin' from the road, sitting in a condo
overlooking the beautiful
Valley in northeast
New Mexico. We have already moved through
where we did a little family stuff before making our way here. Got
hitched on Monday night so I'm officially on my honeymoon!!
Figured, I better get this out to all before
we get too far into our 14 day trip, or you wouldn't see a June
There's more good news for this month too!!
Legends of America
is celebrating its 3rd Anniversary. Believe it or not, we've been out
there for 36 whole months. Seems like a blur to me, but I think
we've finally got enough of a niche, that we're here to stay!
In honor of our birthday, we're doing a
"best of the best" from the last three years. Looking into all of our
past newsletters, you'll see some of the articles that our readers found
to be their favorites.
Unfortunately for any of you who might be
making orders from our
Legends' General Store, the whole "staff" (me and Dave) are
out, and we ain't carrying all that inventory with us, so your orders
may be delayed.
If you're new to
Legends of America,
we focus on
travel destinations that appeal to the nostalgic and historic
minded. Not really interested in the glitter and glitz of the big
cities, we hunt out those places with a little "elbow room," lots of
history, and hidden attractions.
In the meantime, I truly hope you enjoy the
newsletter and the website!!
Kathy Weiser, Owner/Editor
In this Edition:
Featured Travel Destination
The Old West
Route 66 Festival
Ghosts & Mysteries
Well, though we've been pretty busy getting
ready for the trip and the wedding, you'll still see quite a bit of new
material this month, the largest of which, are these comprehensive lists
People. With plans to have the most complete lists on the Web Wide
World, you see a good start on Old West
Vigilantes, which includes
Missouri Bald Knobbers,