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  1. From the album: Miscellaneous Roadtrips

    Jackson, Wyoming was one of many scenic locations along my US-26 virtual roadtrip, which included Scotts Bluff, Nebraska; Grand Teton National Park; and Picture Gorge on the John Day River, Oregon.

    © © 2020 - Milne Enterprises, Inc.

  2. From the album: US-6 - The Longest Highway

    The downtown canyon on Vincent St. Roadtrip-'62 spent the 13th day of our US-6 trip here today, seeing such sites as the Federal Reserve Building and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

    © © 2013 - Milne Enterprises, Inc.

  3. Well, 2013 has started out with a lot of road tripping for the wife and I. So far we have made the 400 mile round trip up to Washington D.C, A 700 mile round trip to Myrtle Beach through North and South Carolina, and an almost 1200 mile through Va., Md, WV and Pa. to the northwest cornwer of PA. Puttin on a lot of miles on my Jeep Wranger. Last weekend we drove home from SC with the top down, and then this weekend it was 19 degrees and snowing like crazy as we left NW Pa. But gotta say the scenery through the backwoods of West Virginia and Maryland is incredible. Even had deer running out across the road in front of us. But my poor jeep took a stone and now I have to replace the window. Bad thing is, I just replaced it in November for the same reason. Also took lots of pictures for "South of the Border" in S.C. a kitchy rest stop, tourist atraction that's been on the NC/SC border since 1950 where it started as a beer stand. I will post pictures later. They have some very catchy and colorful billboards with witty sllogans like "Pedro's Weather Forecast: Chili today, Hot Tomale", and "You never Sausage a place (You're Always a Wiener at Pedro's!)". So, has anyone else started of the new year with lots of miles? And what interesting places have you seen?
  4. OK folks, I am in Virginia Beach area of Virginia. Who can recommend some good day trips in the SE Virginia/NE North Carolina area? Also any recommendation for good Mom and Pop eateries and motels would be appreciated.
  5. OK, who's making a road trip this upcoming weekend, and where are ya headed? The wife and I are headed north to the Washington D.C area to spend the weekend with old friends. Mike
  6. roadtrip62

    Dishes Diner

    From the album: US-6 - The Longest Highway

    Dishes Restaurant was closed when I visited Hartford in 2011. Over the years, it operated as Aetna Diner, Hog River Grille, Comet Diner, and Oasis Diner.

    © © 2012 - Milne Enterprises, Inc.

  7. From the album: US-23 - From Sea To Inland Sea

    It's Day 20 and the end of the trip. We've traveled over 1400 miles down US-23 from Mackinaw City, Michigan. Perhaps I should take the bus back home from Jacksonville, Florida?

    © Copyright © 2011 - Milne Enterprises, Inc.

  8. From the album: US-23 - From Sea To Inland Sea

    The highlight of Day 19 on the road were the Okefenokee Swamp Park and the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge near Waycross, Georgia.

    © Copyright © 2011 - Milne Enterprises, Inc.

  9. American Road Trip Talk (Podcast)- Vince Cricchio: America Travels Route 66 Click here to listen... Click here to download When the Mother Road calls, few can resist her. Route 66 is a long way from Vince Cricchio's New Jersey home, but when he got the call, he and his wife grabbed their video gear and spent 2010 travelling the heartland of America. They recorded the stories and chronicled what Vince likes to call "one long amusement park" from Chicago to Santa Monica pier in California. In this American Road TripTalk Vince will share his vision for a TV series that will take all of us down the American Road. You should also visit Vincent Video to see the blog he wrote as they travelled and filmed Route 66, to find links to his YouTube video clips and to watch the 30 minute video he created for the city of Tucumcari, NM. American Road Trip Talk (Podcast)- Vince Cricchio: America Travels Route 66 Click here to listen... Click here to download Fall has arrived in Wisconsin! For the latest fall color conditions around the state, check out Travel Wisconsin's Fall Color Report. Check online for updates, printoff maps or view the color report right on your phone while you're on the go. Andbring all the fun Wisconsin has to offer to your fingertips by downloading the free Travel Wisconsin iPhone or Android app. ############### Don't forget that you can the American Road Magazine application from iTunes.
  10. American Road TripTalk (podcast)- Greg Greenhill: Long Live the King Click here to listen... Clickhere to download... Our summer 2011 issue of American Road Magazinefeatured a special section highlighting 26 classic Drive In's across NorthAmerica. In today's episode we meet GregGreenhill who represents the second generation to run the King Drive Inn, in Russellville,AL. He and his family have found a surefire formula for drawing families that's as treasured as the recipe for AuntBea's Sweet Tater pie. It 's acombination of hard work, a love for the business and a commitment to providingentertainment that the whole family can enjoy. We'll serve up a king-sized helping of southern charm and hospitality with this podcast. American Road TripTalk (podcast)- Greg Greenhill: Long Live the King Click here to listen... Click here to download... ################### Summer fun has arrived in Wisconsin. Whether it's water skiing, camping, festivals or relaxing at the lake, you can find your fun at TravelWisconsin.com. And bring all the fun Wisconsin has to offer to your fingertips by downloading the free Travel Wisconsin iPhone or Android app. Special Event This October there is a marvelous cultural event taking place in south Louisiana that you simply must experience. The Grand Reveil Acadien is a wonderful gathering of Acadians and lovers of participating in the continued expression of the native French language and culture exemplified in Louisiana. This unique celebration takes place October 7- 16, 2011. Visit www.GRA2011.org for more information.
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