Mar 132017
 

Yesterday, Miss Terry and I got to do two things we always enjoy; we got to meet long time readers Carl and Sandy Greenbaum, and we got to tour a really cool place with a lot of history to it. Carl and Sandy are fulltime RVers who are volunteering at Barberville Pioneer Settlement, which is […]

Mar 042017
 

Note: This story is from my book Highway History And Back Road Mystery II, and is one of many I tell in my Highway History seminars at RV rallies. While wandering through the City Cemetery in Mishawaka, Indiana we came across the story of Charles Cleveland Boyd, a hardworking man with little tolerance for nonsense. […]

A Day At Buffalo Gap

 Posted by at 12:21 am  Nick's Blog
Feb 202017
 

Located a short drive south of Abilene, Texas, Buffalo Gap Historic Village allows visitors to step back in time to the early days of the Lone Star State. Over a dozen historic buildings and an amazing collection of artifacts and displays tell the story of life in Texas between 1875 and 1925. The area takes […]

Exploring Eureka

 Posted by at 12:48 am  Nick's Blog
Jun 162015
 

If you’re a fulltime RVer exploring America, you have to work to be bored because there’s something interesting to see and do around every bend in the road. When he heard we were going to be in Eureka, California, longtime reader Nelson Cooper e-mailed to tell me to check out Blue Ox Millworks, a combination […]

Sep 292013
 

Somebody up in the heavens left their water running and it’s overflowed their celestial bathtub and is pouring down on us below. The storm we outran when we left the coast has caught up with us here in Sutherlin and it has been pouring since late afternoon, with no letup in sight. No problem, we’ve […]

A Day In Harmony

 Posted by at 7:03 am  Nick's Blog
Jun 272010
 

Four miles south of Cambria, California lies an often overlooked gem of the central coast, the tiny artist colony of Harmony. We first stopped at this charming little community on our honeymoon, back in 1998, and little has changed since then. But Harmony has seen a lot of changes over the years. The town of […]