We’ve received so many questions about MoonPies – “What are they? How do they taste? Where can I get one?” So, back by popular demand is our ode to that delicious Southern staple – MoonPies!
While we love international travel, living in the US provides the opportunity to explore 3.8 million square miles and an amazing array of destinations. In addition to the famous spots and landmarks, we’ve also discovered some truly offbeat
As part of our “Slice of Americana Series” every Saturday in July we’re sharing fascinating links to some great bloggers who write about their lives and adventures in the USA. Last weekend we traveled into The West. This week we’re featuring The Heartland.
For heat-seared Southerners searching for a respite, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is a wonderful place in summer. Temperatures that probably scorch cold-hardened Yoopers
Bemidji (which is the Ojibwe word meaning “frozen brass monkey”) is located in northern Minnesota, and sits quietly on the beautiful and placid lake of the same name.
Terri and I are avid campers and have been since our university days. We’ve camped from coast to coast and border to border. Before we got our tiny popup last summer, we were tent campers. Sleeping in a tent is an acquired taste, and a big part of the experience is “communing with nature.”
As part of our “Slice of Americana Series” every Saturday in July we’re sharing fascinating links to some great bloggers who write about their lives and adventures in the USA. This week we’re featuring The West.
We’ve had the pleasure of living at the beach on both the east and west coast of the US. We’ve lived on the coasts of both Florida and Georgia. But previously (in a crazy game of “let’s see how far we can move”), we lived in the small, coastal town of Newport, Oregon.