The History and Mystery of Rutherford B. Hayes

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While in Ohio, this summer, Nancy Reynolds took Annie Jansen and I to tour the beautiful Rutherford B. Hayes home and his Presidential Library and Museum that is located right next door.  The home is quite lovely and since I knew very little about our 19th President everything was new. Rutherford B. Hayes was the […]

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Experiencing History at The Wolcott House Museum Complex

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When Annie Jansen and I played tourist at the beautiful Wolcott House that is just one of several buildings in the Museum Complex, I must say it was love at first sight.  The huge porch and white paint welcomed us right in along with the director, Amanda Vaughan.  It was late in the day and […]

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A Fine Ride in a 1909 Sears Motor Buggy

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My friend Annie Jansen told me she and her husband Kent had a surprise coming up at the annual Graham Bradley, Sears Sold equipment show that we attend together every year.  But she was mum, and would say no more.  The first morning of the SCRAP tractor show in Gibsonburg, Ohio, we arrived early and saw […]

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Are you looking for a way to add some fun and excitement to your fall?  If so, the Kinston, North Carolina Chamber of Commerce has come up with a great tour filled with history, food and maybe a spooky moment or two!  Jan Parson the Lenoir County Director of Events and Programs shared, “Spend a […]

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Sydney Spring Is Here! Things You Should Look Forward To - Guest Post by Eva Davis

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This is a sponsored post, all opinions belong to the author. Australia is one of the places I have always wanted to go.  While I have not been there, I thought that you, my readers might enjoy insight into a story about things to do this Spring down under.  While here in the US we […]

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