All’s well that ends well! Life has a way of throwing you an occasional curve ball. It’s what you do with the ball when you get it that makes all the difference! Continue reading
There’s more to Nashville than music. Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park is a history lovers dream come true! There is so much to see and it’s a wonderfully relaxing park to just hang out in. Pack a picnic and go to the park for the day! Continue reading
NASHVILLE! ~ Music City! Lower Broadway is the “Honky Tonk Highway” and it’s nothing but Boots, Bars and Beautiful Music! Every bar and Honky Tonk has live music and no cover charge! Music flows from every doorway and they all have tons of talent! Continue reading
WOW! These are not the quilts Grandma made for us and we loving draped over ourselves and our beds! These quilts are works of art that hang on the walls of homes and offices. They adorn the walls of the rich and famous. They are cherished and coveted as much as a work by your favorite painter. Once you see them, you know why. Come take a peek inside the National Quilt Museum with us!
What first appears to be just another small town in Kentucky turns into a treasure trove of fascination! This little town has tons of character, history and great eats! You will feel the flood gates of adventure open up as you tour the historic downtown area of Paducah, Kentucky!
We never pass up the opportunity to walk through an arboretum or botanical garden, especially when it is the oldest in the United States! The Missouri Botanical Garden is the most AWESOME one we have ever seen! You could spend hours walking this amazing park like setting. And then you could come back again and again to be inspired, relaxed and entertained! Continue reading
From the moment you pass through the gates of Warm Springs Ranch, home of the world famous Budweiser Clydesdales, you immediately sense the special history and grandeur of the place. And there is nowhere else in the world where these stately animals are more revered. Continue reading
The caves are named after Mark Twain because as a boy he spent so much time exploring them and later incorporated them into his stories. But the stories about the caves go much further back and are fantastic in their own right. Come tour the caves with us and hear the tales! Continue reading
Welcome to Hannibal MO, Mark Twain’s boyhood town! I love Twain as a writer of great stories about life but mostly for his witty comments! This town embraces it’s native son thoroughly! Continue reading
Moline, Illinois! The birthplace of my Dad and John Deere Tractors! You don’t have to love tractors to love this place! The John Deere Pavilion holds a fascinating history of a man, his vision and how he impacted the world! Take a ride on a tractor with us! Nothing runs like a Deere! Continue reading