Travel from sea to shining sea; by car or by plane, there's plenty to see in the good ole US of A.
It's hard to pinpoint a specific area that I call home. I'm a traveler, a gypsy, never wanting to get too settled in one place. The road is my home and it is where I go when I want to get away from the stress of the day. But there always has and always will be the one place I feel safe, happy, and confident in all that I do and that is Wisconsin.
My little town
There is more than corn in Indiana, no really!!! There are lakes!! Lots and lots of lakes, and I am lucky enough to get the chance to live near one.
Ancient Archaeological Site’s in North America’s
(Ancient North America’s ) The North America’s, when most think of this land we think of the Native American’s and the European take over 500 plus years ago. But the north America’s region has a lot of ancient sites, archeological sites, which date back to even before the ancient Egyptians and Greek. After the end of the ice age we have a somewhat lost history of the north America’s. But we have been finding ancient archaeological sites dating 10’s of thousand of years old.
A Thousand Tragedies
Meet the girl who gets lost in every city. The cars are flying by so fast without any sympathy for the unmoving road. Cherry Blossoms are shaking along with the rhythm of the soft wind. By now, the sky awaits the blanket of darkness to whisper it goodnight. The block of residential houses are so quiet they could be mistaken for a haunted town.
A Hidden Mountain Gem
Cody, Wyoming is hometown to about 10,000 people at most in city proper. It is known for its "western hospitality" and of course, Buffalo Bill (William F. Cody d. 1846-1917)
Welcome to South Haven. Downtown restaurants. Summer concert series. South/North Beaches. Harborfest. Light Up The Lake. National Blueberry Festival. And THAT is all just in the Summer time.
A Multicultural Experience in Southern California
The new year is off to a hopeful start, with the COVID-19 vaccine finally making its rounds across America, as well as the rest of the world! We may soon be able to travel safely by airplane again! But if you’re like me, and cabin fever is getting the best of you, a road trip may be just the thing to keep you sane. I loved that I didn’t need to leave California to experience world cultures, as California really is a melting pot. Please note that with the steady increase of coronavirus cases -- especially in Southern California -- all activities listed here are not guaranteed to still be open now. Please do your due diligence to find out if they are before heading on your adventure, and be sure to wear a mask properly at all times.
Color Through a Grey Lens
The city is grey unless you look in certain places. You can find real gems if you look hard enough. Hidden away in hole-in-the-wall restaurants and cafes you can find the most iconic '20's and '30's joints in the town. Even the library is a gem all its own. The whole of downtown is an iconic 'Origins' town. I am speaking of Abilene, Texas, of course.
Welcome to Richmond - a finalization
Today you’re getting a compilation of media by me and kind of crumpled together. A little bit of blog posts, parts from my journals, photos, videos, and songs that expose you to my point of view of this beautiful city of Richmond that I am living in currently. Someplace that I call my home.
Best Places to Live in Tennessee
Tennessee. Country music, beautiful countryside landscapes and some of the best damn whiskey on God’s green earth. If you have an affinity for any of these things, chances are you’d enjoy living in Tennessee!
7 Reasons Why You Should Travel Sedona
There is nothing like traveling. To overcome your daily stress, traveling is crucial. It helps you finding and keeping inner balance. Sedona is the perfect place if you are planning for a trip says, Brent Emerson Arizona. The place is well known for its mild climate, natural beauty, and lavish accommodations. Exploring the little gems around the city is a gratifying endeavor but sometimes heading to popular spots can be rewarding as well. So if you want a more relaxed adventure, then you must consider Arizona. Sedona is a place where you can visit to reconnect as a family, as a couple, and to yourself.
My Favorite Place in the World
Imagine waking up in the morning and looking out your window. Instead of seeing what you normally see, you see a beautiful view of a college campus. A college campus set in the mountains? Is that possible? It is — there are quite a few of them in the US, but in this case, the one I’m talking about is Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. It may not be Boone’s biggest attraction, but it’s a good place to start if you want to make Boone your home.