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Come to Charleston, WV! FestivALL is the annual arts fest, with tons of different events (see the website – more will be added!). Charleston is also a pretty interesting place any time – lots of fun live music, some good … Continue reading
Mackinac Island is a small island located in the Straits of Mackinac between the Upper and Lower Peninsula's of Michigan. The island is very small, and yet totally awesome at the same time. Ironically, there are no cars allowed on … Continue reading
Everyone should experience the wonder of Utah (I promise I don't work for the Tourism board or anything! Hell I don't even live in Utah). The freaky landscape and colors and birds and wilflowers will blow your mind. Canyonlands is … Continue reading
Friends of Katie, Betsy and Robert and would love to provide you with a bit of R& R at the beach. It’s quiet here, nothing ever happens but the tides are high and low every day!
The Sundance resort is a tiny ski resort located in Provo Canyon, south of Salt Lake City, UT and about 45 minutes from Park City. It’s a beautiful drive with twisty turns that take you along side aspen groves and breathtaking views … Continue reading
Hi Walden, Thor and Dr Neighbor! Come an visit us in Wellfleet, Cape Cod! Come in October, if you can, when the tourists have left and the town is ours. Thor will love the beaches, for sure. We think what … Continue reading
Jay, If you are in the Pacific Northwest, head about 2.5 hours north to Vancouver. Great music scene, a natural wonder with snow-capped mtns. all year long, and the city is surrounded by water, and a pedistrian walk way basically … Continue reading
26 miles east and a world away from the Las Vegas Strip, Boulder City is the town that built Hoover Dam. Eat breakfast at the Coffee Cup with Al & Carrie. Have a beer at the Boulder Brew Co. Check … Continue reading
San Francisco, home of Anchor Brewing, Robert and Linda, occasional noteworthy earthquakes, lots of good music, multiple whiske?y stashes to die for (or from), etc.
Our wine club would love to host a party for you and Thor. We’re located in West Seattle (I’ve commented once before but not officially on your ‘destinations’ page). The San Juan Islands are amazing too! But make sure you … Continue reading
i hear its a great place. lots of people very busy! but thats what i love. my bf is from there grew up there and tells me great stories of so many things hes done there. please check it out!
I saw someone recommended Mackinac Island, MI, so I thought I’d throw Ann Arbor into the mix. Definitely worth a stop if you make it up here. Compared to Knoxville? Better restaurants/breweries, little bit more pedestrian/bike/dog-friendly. I moved up here … Continue reading
Sure, people will tell you visit Sedona or the Grand Canyon. However, the Haunted Hamburger is a fine site to visit if you have time to wander off to Jerome, Arizona. You can also find a mighty cool junkyard museum … Continue reading
No river, and we wouldnt make you stay in the van!!! But not until I am back from India… How’s Thor liking life on the road? Did you read him” Travels with Charley”??? XOV