National Corvette Museum a place to dream of a drive

I admit, trucks and tractors are more my thing than sports cars, but who can’t love a beautiful Corvette? Corvettes have been built since 1953 and are an Americana mainstay. The old ones bring on thoughts of old Elvis and beach movies, and a guy with a duck tail and gal with a pony tail […]

John Deere Pavilion - What's New?

Even if you stop once a year at the John Deere Pavilion you will always find something new and different to see. At our last stop in Moline, we saw items both old and new. We saw a John Deere machine that cuts down trees. The machine appeared to have grasshopper type of legs that […]

River City Winery, a stop in a River Town

Just on the Indiana side of the Ohio River across from Louisville, Kentucky, New Albany is a historic town that was settled by the Scribner Brothers from New York in 1813. The town flourished with its river location and became a ship building king. With this history, the name River City Winery makes sense for […]

Herbert Hoover's Birthplace, humble beginnings

Herbert Hoover said about the cottage where he grew up, This cottage where I was born is physical proof of the unbounded opportunity of American life. In no other land could a boy from a country village, without inheritance or influential friends, look forward with unbound hope.” The cottage is part of the Herbert Hoover […]

The Road To Tara Museum, Gone with the Wind Jonesboro Style

I admit to being enamored of the Civil War period and the movie Gone With the Wind is probably the reason why. While most everyone has read the book and seen the movie, the story behind the writer, Margaret Mitchell may not be as well known. The Road ToTara Museum offered a bit of insight […]