ecological travel

Dogwood Canyon a beautiful place!

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How exciting it was to get out into the Ozark hills on a guided tram tour of Dogwood Canyon Nature Park!  This is a beautiful canyon that covers 10,000 acres of the pristine Ozark Mountain landscape and was purchased by Johnny Morris in 1990.   Back in February I heard of Johnny Morris for the […]

Oliver Winery, its all in the name!

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If you read me often, you may know that write about antique tractors and when I heard about Oliver Winery and Vineyard, I wondered if there might be any connection to the Oliver tractor family since James Oliver hails from the South Bend area.  James Oliver was an American inventor and industrialist best known for […]

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Art and History combine in Morgan County Indiana

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Morgan County Indiana corners the market when it comes to combining art and history.  Sara Broers of Travels  With Sara and I were on a hosted trip and had a chance to see this first hand.  Whether you are talking about the art of making candy at the Candy Factory in Martinsville, where they are […]

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Hunter Honey Farm, a Honey of a Place!

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Melissa Mack has a honey of a job. She works at Hunter’s Honey Farm a 4th generation family business that has been around since 1910.  Sara Broers of Travels With Sara and I were lucky enough to get our very own tour.  We learned several things from Malissa.  My top ten take always were: 1) […]

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Florida Flywheelers, always a fun show

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We usually go to this show every year seeking sunshine, flowers, flea market finds and tractors.  You would think we would get tired of it, going year after year, but we find that they keep bringing out new and different things each and every show we see something we didn’t see before.  Like most years, […]

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