I received an email the other day congratulating Mount Washington’s 150th anniversary in time for the new summer season. Some of you will have already read about my visit in 2018 (if not ..click here) New England 26 May – Mount Washington On a clear day apparently you can see the Atlantic Ocean from the summit. At 6288 feet it is the highest peak in the … Continue reading Mount Washington Cog Railway Celebrates 150 Years
As much as I want to write about visiting north of the border and Canada I have to resist unless I start a Canada Road Trip blog. I am lucky to be escorting a group that disembarks in Vancouver and accompany them on the Rocky Mountaineer all the way to Calgary and then spend two days at the Calgary Stampede. It will be work …….of … Continue reading Glacier National Park
Missing from my state visits is Nebraska and I finally found something that could…repeat could give me an excuse to visit one day. It is of course in the middle of nowhere and 250 miles from the closest international airport in Denver and at least 50 miles from a Walmart. I use that as a gauge to remoteness, if that makes sense. Dedicated on the … Continue reading Carhenge, Nebraska
Not something I considered before I pick up my rental car and that is what are the road users going to be like. According to recent report the worst and best States to start your Fly Drive and Road Trip of a Lifetime are now ranked. The order has been compiled by Quote Wizard that is like a travel agency but for car insurance (available … Continue reading Where NOT to start a FLY-DRIVE in America
One of the most popular requests that repeatedly occurs is about Music City Tours. So which cities do people want to combine to make their dream trip come to life? American music has been inspired and influenced by the different immigrant communities as they arrived and dispersed across the plains or travelled up to the north. Looking for the most popular cities to visit to … Continue reading Music Cities across the States
According to the US Federal Highway Commission there are 4.12 million miles of roads in America. This includes Alaska and Hawaii. The core of this network is the Interstate system which comprises of about 1% or 47,575 of the road system and carries a quarter of all highway traffic. Another 179,650 miles of major roads comprise the National Highway System which carries most of the … Continue reading What is like to drive in America?
Most of you reading this are in America so do you get to see Dr Who on BBC America? Last night in the UK was the third episode with the new Doctor and her crew. It was a particularly poignant storyline with time travellers influencing history. Star Trek have done it, Quantum Leap did it with JFK and Lee Harvey Oswald and Dr Who last … Continue reading Lorraine Motel, Civil Rights Museum and Dr Who Crossovers