Millbrook Village

 Posted by at 12:48 am  Nick's Blog
Apr 052020
 

You can take a step back in time and experience life before the days of cellular phones and the other trappings of modern life with a visit to Millbrook Village in New Jersey’s Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. The original settlement began in 1832, when a farmer named Abram Garis built a gristmill on […]

Jun 282019
 

Road weary travelers making their way north or south on Interstate 75 in Georgia can take a break from the traffic and get an idea what life was like in simpler times with a stop at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village in Tifton. Here, visitors can experience things from a 19th century […]

Old Sturbridge Village

 Posted by at 12:43 am  Nick's Blog
Dec 162017
 

On an RV trip through New England we spent a fun day touring Old Sturbridge Village, one of the country’s oldest and largest living history museums. The museum depicts life in rural New England in the time period from 1790-1840. The period portrayed by Old Sturbridge Village is of major significance because it was a […]

Sep 192012
 

We love finding the little hidden gems on the back roads of America. And everywhere we go, we find those little overlooked places that are so much fun to explore and learn about. We’ve never been to Disney World or Dollywood, and probably never will get around to those places, but we have visited small […]