Travels in America
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Our goal is to SHARE and INSPIRE.
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.
When we visited Walt Disney World we only had 2 days for a visit. We decided to split one of the days between EPCOT and the Magic Kingdom. We tried to catch the monorail over to the park but it broke down. So we switched plans. We had to drive to the Magic Kingdom...read more
I have heard of Cadillac Ranch for years even when living in California. I forgot all about it until one day we passed on by while driving on I-40 west of Amarillo, Texas. We made it a point to return at our earliest opportunity. Located off of the frontage road,...read more
On our way to Washington DC we found this natural treasure that was a wonder to see in person. While the entrance building is grand it will pale against the natural beauty awaiting you. Once you have paid your admission ($8 adults / $6 kids) you may either walk...read more
We found this on the map upon staying in Raton, New Mexico. The tribute to miners is out in front of the Miners' Colfax Medical Center. This tribute / sculpture was donated by private entities in honor of all miners. A very majestic piece of art. Also known as...read more
This Colorado Springs, Colorado park not only has a great park but a great Visitors Center as well. This is actually a good place to start before seeing the park. The center is located at the Northeast entrance to the park and offers plenty of parking. There is...read more
This is a touching memorial to missing children located in Pensacola, Florida. I can only imagine what it would feel to be a parent with a missing child. This is a beautiful memorial for a horrible situation for far too many. For more information about this...read more
This is one of the best city parks we have ever been to. It is hard to believe that this is a Colorado Springs city park. The main reason was due to the initial donation of the land by Charles Elliot Perkins in 1909 to the city. This is the famous Balanced...read more
Located a short distance off of I-25 about an hour south of Pueblo, Colorado sits the "town" of Ludlow, Colorado. To find it turn down this gravel road and look for the run down buildings on the left. The area is best known for a 1914 massacre (see memorials for...read more
On our way to Cripple Creek, Colorado we took the back route. As we approached the city we found the Mt Pisgah Cemetery which had this veterans memorial out front. Note the memorial is inside the cemetery grounds and subject to open hours. The entrance gate has...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…