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Five Weeks Flew By!

Five Weeks Flew By!

So much has happened since our last post. We'd love to go into greater detail about every adventure but it's time we got you caught up to where we are now. Hopefully we'll do a better of job of timely posts going forward. It was way back on Tuesday July 11th that we...

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Beyond Van Gogh

Beyond Van Gogh

We’re on the move again heading in a westerly direction. We left Ohio on Friday and set up for two nights at the Bluffton/Fort Wayne South KOA Journey near Fort Wayne, Indiana. As is typical for us, we made plans on the fly. We made the campground reservations on the...

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Handmade Market

Handmade Market

It was our good fortune to be in Bloomington on this beautiful Saturday, the day of Bloomington's annual Handmade Market, a street fair on Kirkwood Avenue. We had a delightful time poking through various booths helping CJ & Phil scout out alien themed trinkets for...

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Hoosier Hills Fiber Festival

Hoosier Hills Fiber Festival

This has been a glorious adventure to kick off the first leg of our Summer 2022 North & North Again Road Trip which began Wednesday afternoon. Karen has always been fascinated by fiber and textiles beginning with collecting fabric scraps from under her mother's...

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Fort Knox II

Fort Knox II

It’s an Indiana State Museum site about four miles up the Wabash River from Vincennes, Indiana and just around the corner from Ouabache Trails Park Campground, our home for the last four nights. Named for the country's first Secretary of War, Henry Knox, Fort Knox II...

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George Rogers Clark Memorial

George Rogers Clark Memorial

Documentary Video Here Wow! This is a part of the story of the American Revolution that the two of us knew nothing about. Here at the George Rogers Clark National Historic Site here in Vincennes, Indiana. Here we learned that George Rogers Clark, son of a prominent...

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Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy

Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy

An incredibly talented entertainer, Red Skelton came from very humble beginnings here in Vincennes, Indiana. He was the youngest in a family of four boys whose father passed away just months before he was born in 1913. Very early on he discovered a passion for...

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Grouseland

Grouseland

The majestic home of the first Governor of the Territory of Indiana was the magnet that pulled the two of us to Vincennes, Indiana. Grouseland was constructed in 1802-1804 after William Henry Harrison was appointed governor in 1800. Knowing that the home is undergoing...

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Indiana State Museum

Indiana State Museum

After visiting New Harmony, the second oldest town in the state, we headed to Vincennes the oldest city in Indiana, established by French fur traders in 1732. It was only natural for us to begin our visit at the Indiana State Museum where we joined a tour in progress....

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Angel Mounds

Angel Mounds

If you've been following our blog recently, you may have noticed that we keep visiting locations that were home to Native Americans in prehistory, meaning before Europeans arrived on the North American continent and started recording their observations of the people...

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Planning a trip? Dreaming of travel? Perhaps some of our adventures could inspire yours! Over the last several years we’ve had the distinct pleasure of many cross country journeys traveling though the Lower 48 in tents and our various teardrop campers as well as an amazing Alaska adventure that did not involve a camper.

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Visiting Cork

Visiting Cork

A tour hour well narrated taxi tour of Cork The Heineken Brewery in Cork A view of Blarney Castle from afar A a turn through the Blarney car park and shopping area A Mother and Baby Home One of the neighborhoods we toured The Poor Clare Monastery in Cork Historic Cork...

Akureyri, Iceland

Akureyri, Iceland

It snowed in Iceland day before yesterday! And the secnery is phenomenal Mountains and water everywhere The unique Icelandic ponies And famed Icelandic sheep The spectacular Goðafoss, phenomenal waterfall with a link to Iceland's conversion to Christianity And even a...