Historical Travel

Sault Ste Marie

, , , , , , , ,

Although our stay was short in this lovely town, Sault Ste Marie offered us a vibrant education.  Pronounced Soo Saint Marie,  Sault Ste Marie is the last city before crossing over into Canada.    We stayed the night in this, oldest city in Michigan and one of the oldest in the Midwest.  Several flags have […]

by
Blackhawk and Arrow Rock

, , , , , , , , ,

Are you drawn in when you see a sign saying Historic Town along the highway?  I sure am!  When I saw the sign for historic Blackwater, and later Arrow Rock, I was hooked!  On my way to Kansas City, Kansas for a hosted trip, I had a bit of extra time and my curiosity got […]

by
Kansas City

, , , , , , ,

On a hosted trip to Kansas City, Kansas I learned a bit of agricultural history.  While in the magical land of Kansas, Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz found its way into most of our stops. Read on and learn about our wonderful visit.  See where farming and the Tin man intersect! The Grinter Place […]

by
Pardeeville and Pontiac

, , , , , , , , ,

Labor Day may be over, but the celebration still lives on in my memory!  Fun at Pardeeville & Pontiac remain! Plans began last year when our friend Art Woodward invited us to come to Pardeeville Car Show. This was the 15th year for the show.  While this is primarily a car show,  they also have […]

by
Swiss Heritage

, , , , , , , ,

Who doesn’t love history?  I do and a trip to the Swiss Heritage Historical Village and Museum was right on my radar!  When Keith and I headed to the Portland area we made a beeline for the museum before they closed. This cool Swiss Village began around 1985.  It is home to northern Indiana’s largest […]

by