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Read my blog about travels all around the United States. Here’s some examples of what you’ll find…

Visit the little town of Parkfield, California, and you can say you’ve been to “The Earthquake Capital of the World.” The moniker derives from the town’s location astride two tectonic plates. Read more about Parkfield and other spots on the way from Northern to Southern California. Or…

Most thoroughbred horses spend just a fraction of their lives on the track. What happens when their racing career is over? Some are lucky to find themselves at places like Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Farm in Georgetown, Kentucky. Find out more details on the “Bluegrass Country” post or…

Some ordinary people in remote places have wonderful talents. Case in point, Gary Greff of Regent, North Dakota. He’s built metal sculptures that tower over the landscape, each one representing something about the culture and land of the region. The Enchanted Highway is just one of many fantastic places I visited while on a cross-country trip in 2017.