Travels in America
Come see America through our eyes.
Travel America with Us
We will travel within the 48 states in search of landmarks, museums, points of interest, or whatever you and our members find interesting. Then we publish an article with photos and blog about our experiences.
Veteran's and National Memorials
As part of our travels we want to honor our military by documenting any Veteran’s Memorials that we find along the way. We will also be including National Memorials as well.
We love trains. I think part of it is from my Dad. Another part is that they are fun. Before we left California we ventured down to the coast and hopped onto the Roaring Camp Railroad. This trip was taken in April of 2014. This is the entrance to Roaring Camp....read more
I must admit that I love fairs and the bigger the better. I grew up working at our county fair when I was a kid. I also entered my projects into the fair. I have been a big fan for most of my life. As such, I have been to several state fairs and many county fairs. I...read more
This is one of our favorite places to visit. It is just beautiful anytime of year. These pictures are from May, 2013. Unfortunately we do not have many pictures from years ago. These were before we decided to do a website. But we will go back and get more. ...read more
Durango has 2 sister cities. One in Mexico and another in Spain. On our vacation in October, 2015 I had us stopping in Durango, Colorado for a visit (we did not stay in town overnight). One of the main reasons I wanted to go here was the Durango & Silverton...read more
My wife and I got some free rooms in Biloxi over the Christmas weekend in 2015. Free rooms? Off we went. I was curious about the many casinos that are in the area. My wife really wanted to see the gulf beaches. We compromised and saw both. We got a very nice...read more
Four Corners is unique in that it is the only place in the United States where four states borders come together. The corners of Arizona, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico come together at this single point. My wife and I visited this place on September 28, 2015....read more
My wife and I visited Taos, New Mexico on October 1, 2015. Taos did not really seem all the exciting to us. Just northwest of town is the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge. It is about a 20 minute drive to the bridge. We were not sure what to expect but found this bridge more...read more
This was one of my most anticipated event for me to attend. Once I found out that it was occurring around the time that my wife and I were planning our vacation, I made it a primary event to plan our vacation around. I planned our trip to coincide with the first day...read more
My wife and I went down to the Trinity River in downtown Dallas to visit this magnificent bridge on December 5, 2015. What we found was actually 2 bridges that parallel each other. One is the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge which is exquisite and can be seen for miles in...read more
We explore America and bring you our experiences through pictures and articles. Our site is relatively new and as such we are still modifying it as we progress. We would like to get feedback from you so that we can bring you the types of interesting places that you would like to see. Let us know what you like, don’t like, and what topics of interest you would like to see from us. We would love to hear from you!
Click on a map pin, below, to see where we have been so far…