Monthly Archives: April 2018


Across the Cowboy State to Yellowstone

The Shoshone River runs through Buffalo Bill State Park, a spectacularly rugged canyon carved from volcanic rock by the Shoshone River. Theodore Roosevelt called it “the most scenic 50 miles in the U.S.”[/caption]Back road purists […]

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Back in Time: the Delmarva Peninsula

“Hey! Welcome to the New Castle court house, and to the 18th century. Today we’re trying a case of failure to control a horse in a public place. You, sir, how old are you? Seven? […]

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Appalachians to New Jersey

What do apples, black bears and rhododendrons have in common? They are, respectively, West Virginia’s state fruit, state animal and state flower. There are state dogs, state insects, state dances and even state soils. Strangely, […]

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