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I Wouldn't Want to Walk a Mile in These Shoes!

Perhaps no one image epitomizes kiddie park architecture more than the Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe.  Here I’ll be looking at a few different shoe-homes in the themed lands I’ve visited! 738 more words

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Spotted: Giant Dancing Victorian Era Southerners?

My carpool buddy and I got derailed last week on the way home — there was an overturned tanker truck blocking all the lanes on the highway, so we had to veer through Alamance County to try to take the long way home. 38 more words

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The Not So Magic Kingdom

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and these parks figure if you’re going to imitate anyone, why not imitate the greatest kiddie park that ever existed! 664 more words

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On our recent visit in a southerly direction, through Winchester, Harrisonburg and Staunton, Virginia, we happened upon various reminders of these town’s genteel and charming pasts. 112 more words


Professor Cline's Haunted Monster Museum

Today’s feature is bittersweet, because this attraction is actually completely gone now, and although it falls a little outside of our usual kiddie attractions, I can’t resist telling you my story of visiting the… 753 more words

Roadside America

A Horse is a Horse, Of course, Of course.

Ok, I want to preface this post by saying that I have been vegetarian for over 30 years. I love animals. I never want to see one harmed, but I have to share this fact with you. 450 more words

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On a recent roadtrip to Staunton, VA., we came across yet another tranquil oasis and resting place of the departed on the outskirts of town. Here are but a few of the interesting bits of funerary art that helped fuel my creative mind that day. 36 more words