road trip

      This wasn’t the kind of road trip we wanted to make. Unfortunately, sooner or later, we all have to make an American Road Trip to either visit a loved one in the hospital, or even more depressing, to attend a funeral. No matter the reason, we don’t count […]

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National WWII Museum Open to Amaze Viewers The National WWII Museum (World War II) is now complete and open to the public. WOW! You have to be there to grasp the awesomeness of this major National Attraction. This is a solid attraction that every age group will enjoy. Patriotic Americans […]

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Travel Fear: Secrets to Overcome It Travel fear paralyzes and imprisons thousands of would be travelers every day. Don’t think for a moment that I do not take travel fear, or anxiety seriously. Like every sensible person I know, this has been a struggle throughout my lifetime. I have learned […]

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Gifts for Road Trip Lovers If you have an avid road trip lover on your gift list, this is where you start to find the perfect gift for them. As Christmas approaches or birthdays loom around the corner, we all get highly perplexed about what to buy certain loved ones […]

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Grenada has been a hot regional destination since Grenada Lake was built in 1954. Greetings again friends, this is Bill Taylor writing about a road trip we enjoyed. Grenada Lake is the largest lake in Mississippi. It covers 36,000 acres. If you love hunting, fishing, camping, swimming or water skiing … […]

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Some road trips go to specific locations. This road trip went to a specific area. Greetings again friends, this is Bill Taylor writing about a road trip we enjoyed. Three small towns form a triangle. Blowing Rock, Boone and Banner Elk, NC. In this area you find the most spectacular natural […]

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Donovan’s Slough is not your average rest stop. Greetings again friends, this is Bill Taylor writing about a road trip we enjoyed. Donovan’s Slough is a remarkable collection of almost exotic trees and plants. In various seasons it can be a bird-watchers retreat, but it is always a delight to folks […]

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Greetings again friends, this is Bill Taylor writing about a road trip we enjoyed. On this short trip we discovered a beautiful, old steel and wooden bridge and visited an amateur topiary display, plus … we ate at a Catfish Buffet. You can’t tell a book by its cover, and you […]

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The Mississippi Gulf Coast is a crowd pleaser Greetings again friends, this is Bill Taylor writing about a road trip we enjoyed. The Mississippi Gulf Coast is a great place for a road trip. As you read you will learn I am biased. This post only includes Harrison County. Barrier Islands […]

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Saint Louis, Missouri – Gateway to the West Greetings again friends, this is Bill Taylor writing about a road trip we enjoyed. St Louis, MO and New Orleans, LA are both river towns and bear many resemblances. Both hold extremely high historical value, yet both are virtual pleasure palaces. I have taken […]

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