Open till 6 PM daily and free Admission… From the outside it looks very interesting, an old schoolhouse, covered wagon replica, some education stations for dinosaur bones for kids. I have to check the inside out one day after work next week.
Friends of ours manage this park for the summer and we decided to visit and stay with them before we head to Boulder, CO for some concerts. It seems to be a mostly transient Visitors with 1 or 2 stays after coming from Salt Lake , Grand Teton etc. It is a functional Park, with […]
Probably one of the cutest towns I have seen in America so far. We met a couple during our ( Andrea’s) workamping stint in Texas and while traveling west from Buffalo,NY we tried to visit them. Things worked out perfectly and we were able to stay right behind their house in the Town Park that […]
from wikipedia: Ryman Auditorium is a 2,362-seat live performance venue, located at 116 5th Avenue North, in Nashville, Tennessee and is best known as the home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974. Entrance was $21 and the venue opens at 9 AM The tour starts with a great Audio Visual Tour of the […]
This is pretty much an all day event if you are interested in history. There are 3 basic components. The Visitor Center where you can get the Audio Equipment and watch a <20 min video about the live of Andrew Jackson plus a hall with artifacts and more details of him and his wife. The […]
Is currently the most common saying for us… The RV is still in the shop, no big issue since we don’t have plans to go anywhere until we depart for Texas. but there are small issues..and I am not mentioning the fact that I have 3 pairs of underwear left in the house. I was […]
13 years ago I took an oath and became a US Citizen. In the last few month I have been looking at this country of mine and often shook my head in disbelief. We are so angry with each other, so divided. People seem to have mental meltdowns because their candidate did not win or […]