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Four Sites of History and Nature in Nebraska

When you’re in America’s heartland, it’s hard to miss the stunning beauty. Steeped in the history of Native American’s and the expansion of the United States, the state has amazing…

Four Fun Manmade Spots to See in Montana

When visiting Big Sky Country, you may wish to stay at a dude ranch. You may be a camping enthusiast and want to visit Montana’s 54 state parks and nine…

What to See and Do in Missouri

After taking a week off, our online road trip is heading to Missouri. We are halfway through the country — we’ve been traveling alphabetically — and we are still thrilled…

Getting Outside this Memorial Day

This long weekend is different from other federally recognized holidays. Memorial Day, while frequently viewed as the unofficial start to the summer, is a time to remember and reflect upon…

Visit Cars, Lakes and More in Michigan

Michigan was the 26th state to join the union and is a boater’s paradise as one is never more than 85 miles from the shoreline of a Great Lakes shore.…

Come to Massachusetts for History, Beaches, Science and Amazing Houses

As the sixth oldest state, Massachusetts has incredible historic and fun places to visit. In a state where oceans, farms, mines, small islands and cities all exist close together, it…

Is Sunscreen the New Margarine?

Both sunscreen and margarine were invented long before you might think. Sunscreen was invented for cosmetic reasons, not health, by the ancient Egyptians. Margarine was created in 1869, not as…

Watch the Video and Head to the Parks!

In honor of the first day of National Park Week, national parks all over the country will be open free of charge for visitors this Saturday, April 20! The Presidentially…

What Can You Make from Peeps? Find Out in Maryland!

We have hit Maryland in our digital road trip. Maryland’s attractions are rich and varied and we decided to focus on just four attractions all related to this month. Whether…

America’s Vacationland Offers the Silly and the Sublime

Europeans settled Maine in the early 1600s, and it became the 23rd state to join the union. With deep history, four beautiful seasons and such variation in natural vistas, it’s…