What do you know about the 27th President of the United States? Up until our most recent visit to the William Howard Taft National Historic Site, we didn’t know much either. But this free tour helped us learn some interesting facts about this President who was also the only President to serve as Chief Justice […]
Wouldn’t it be fun to stroll down a city street and see the neon signs from the 1950’s or take your picture in front of one of the earliest McDonald’s signs? Well if you are in Cincinnati, Ohio, visiting the American Sign Museum you can do all this and more! Recently, we took a quick […]
One of the things we enjoy doing when we are on road trips is stopping at presidential places of interest. We have visited the John F Kennedy Presidential Museum, Jimmy Carter’s Presidential Library, Abraham Lincoln’s birthplace and homeplace and numerous other presidential homes and graves. Recently we were driving through Cleveland, Ohio and then over […]
Earlier this week my friend and I went on a road trip to Louisville. We had several things on our agenda for the day, including lunch with my Grandma. But one of the stops was to the brand new Big Four Pedestrian Bridge. We were ready to enjoy some time outside with the kids.
When’s the last time you took a step on a trolley car, boarded a life size steamboat, or walked the streets of a town area in the 1800s? Have your kids seen the bones of a mammoth, walked through a time machine or figured out how to reroute a river? This weekend my kids and […]
Recently I was talking to a friend and heard this great hobby experience. Bro. Jerry Adamson is a family friend who has been a hobby canoist for many years. While pastoring a church in Indiana he decided to canoe the Wabash River. Since he only had one day off a week, here was his plan. […]