Trip Talk

Paul Bahnmeier and Historic Lecompton, Kansas

Posted on 02/22/2019

Lecompton, Kansas is known as the “Birthplace of the Civil War and Where Slavery Began to Die.” The desperate, even vicious political and military saga of the free-state vs. slave-state[…]

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Edward Leedskalnin’s Coral Castle

Posted on 02/01/2019

Greater Miami’s Coral Castle, rated one of the Top 35 museums across the U.S. by TripAdvisor, is featured. The unique complex built by Edward Leedskalnin (working alone!) comprises one of[…]

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Meet the Repps/American Road Magazine/Route 66

Posted on 01/25/2019

American Road Trip Talk on 1150 KKNW Seattle debuts with an interview of co-founders Thomas Arthur Repp and Becky Repp. Host Gary Mantz talks with the Repps about their partnership[…]

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American Road Trip Talk: Mermaid Revival

Posted on 02/17/2018

Mermaid Revival To inaugurate a new era and look at American Road Magazine, we are reviving a feature that has helped our readers dig deeper and enjoy more fully the[…]

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Sinful Sidney Sesquicentennial: Heather Hausmann

Posted on 07/03/2017

In the rough and tumble days of the late 1800’s, the little town of Sidney, Nebraska was an important military and commercial outpost on the railroad lines that were becoming the arteries[…]

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