Mister Ed’s Grave

 Posted by at 12:37 am  Nick's Blog
Nov 022017
 

Are you old enough to remember the days before cable TV? How about the days before color TV? Do you remember what it was like to actually have to get up and walk across the room to change the channel? How about rabbit ears on top of the television? If you do, you remember some […]

Sequoyah’s Cabin

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Sep 092016
 

Note: This story was previously published in the Gypsy Journal. On a back road in eastern Oklahoma we discovered a small state park preserves the cabin of one of the most influential Native Americans of all time. Little accurate information is available concerning the life of Sequoyah, sometimes known as George Gist or Guess. He […]

Oct 232015
 

We love exploring America’s back roads and small towns and finding overlooked gems that the tourist brochures never cover. In a series of weekly blog posts we will be sharing some of America’s lesser-known small town museums, historic sites, and oddball attractions, on a state-by-state basis. We don’t have room to cover each and every […]

Apr 262014
 

Yesterday was a long day for us but it was worth it. After spending the last six or seven months in Arizona, we’re finally in a place with real grass, trees with leaves, and rivers with water in them! We spent Thursday night at the Elks lodge in Tucumcari, New Mexico and were up by […]