Ohio to New Jersey. A drive of nearly six hundred miles that would take the better part of the day. … Continue reading Go West, Young Man (Pt. 5)
Happy holidays! For Christmas, my wife and I loaded up her Jeep Grand Cherokee and aimed toward the Midwest. In … Continue reading Go West, Young Man (Pt. 1)
Beginning in the early 18th century, immigrants from Germany began arriving in Pennsylvania. Many of these newcomers fled religious persecution … Continue reading Pennsylvania Dutch
Standing beside a waterfall. Driving past a milestone. Visiting a market that dates back to 1893. And celebrating a birthday … Continue reading Weekend Roundup
Busy! That has been my word for the month of May. Since the end of April, work has kept me … Continue reading Automotive Potpourri
Henry Chapman Mercer lived a life in full. Born of a leading family in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, he attended Harvard University … Continue reading Castles Made of Sand
The 1980’s… what comes to mind? How about the Smurfs. Rubik’s Cubes. Atari. Day-Glo colors. Q-Bert. Madonna. Hair metal. L.A. … Continue reading Like, Totally Rad!
As the nineteenth century ended and the twentieth century began, the United States was in the midst of a complete … Continue reading Requiem for Yesteryear.
“If we are not careful, we shall leave our children a legacy of billion dollar roads, leading nowhere except to … Continue reading Roadside America.
Imagine a town of slightly more than two thousand people that has played a major role in the American Revolution, … Continue reading A New Hope.