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.
I was born in Indiana and always thought we Hoosiers had exclusive rights to good old St. Nick – you know, the Jolly Fat Man. Juliann at Browsing the Atlas explains why.
If you love architecture the way we do, then head on over to Virginia’s 23 Buildings You Shouldn’t Miss in Chicago.
In the summer there’s nothing more All-American that baseball. Megan at Olio in Iowa does something I’ve always wanted to do. She visited “Field of Dreams” (Remember the movie with Kevin Costner and James Earl Jones?).
There are few things more American than a State Fair. From butter carvings to wheat fountains, Catherine shares 100 Years of the Kansas State Fair.
Jeff at Planet Bell takes a detour through western Oklahoma.
Peggy at Where to Next? says you can get all things cowboy in Nebraska … with great photos to prove it!
Addie at old world new girl loves Arkansas and introduces us to some of its treasures.
8. SOUTH DAKOTA
Tara at Snapshots and Sojourns gives us 10 great reasons to visit South Dakota.
Lulu gives a wonderful answer to the question, “How will you know you’re in Texas?”
Tosh at The Other Fork in the Road has written a smile-inducing love letter to Wisconsin.
Stay tuned for more from The Heartland this coming week.
Have a great weekend!
A LITTLE LAGNIAPPE (something extra) …
Because July is such a hot month in the States, I thought a little something to cool you off might help. Join Nicole at THIRDEYEMOM as she explains the art of surviving a Minnesota winter.