In the Winter of 2013, we made a grand journey to the south and followed the famous path now memorialized as the Natchez Trace Parkway. Mileposts and Sites: Natchez to Near Lorman, Milepost 1-30 Near Lorman to Rocky Springs, Milepost 31-60 Rocky Springs to North of Jackson, Milepost 61-108 Cypress Swamp to Kosciusko, Milepost 109-170 Read More ...
In 2014, during a quick tour through parts of Wisconsin, we ran across the largest outdoor museum of rural life in the United States. In the 1970’s, Wisconsin researchers traveled throughout the state looking for authentic historic buildings representing generations of Wisconsin settlers. Over 60 of these historic buildings were then painstakingly moved piece by piece, Read More ...
In September of 2012 we toured some Civil War history in the south and arrived at one of the most historic battle sites of the entire War. This…is the death-knell of the Confederacy.” — A Confederate soldier after the Battles of Chickamauga and Chattanooga. In the fall of 1863, in some of the hardest fighting of the Civil War,Union and Confederate forces Read More ...
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Wild donkeys in Rhyolite, Nevada. Photo by Kathy Weiser-Alexander, 2015
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When Cookie was finished with his work for the day and before hitting the sack, he would always place the tongue of the chuck wagon facing north. When the trail master started in the morning he would look at the tongue and then knew what direction he would be moving the herd.
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If you love Route 66, enjoy coloring, and like to share with others, this book is for you! The Route 66 Postcard Coloring Book contains 20 postcards of various places along America’s Mother Road, each ready for your own artistic touch. Made in Missouri, U.S.A. For more information, visit Legends’ General Store.
Dave and Kathy during their visit to Tombstone, AZ in 2007
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