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When Dinosaurs Fought In The Civil War

Between 1861 and 1865 the bloodiest battles in US history were fought on American soil during the American Civil War. For more than four violent years, armies fought and died after 11 Southern Confederate states seceded from the United States of America over the right to own slaves. 1,056 more words

Kiddie Park

I've arrived at my destination... now what?

With just a little bit of planning, that’s a question you will never have to ask again!

There are so many great online resources, it’s easy to find all the best “tourist traps” and the best off-the-beaten path stops at any destination before you ever leave home! 568 more words

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Germantown, Maryland, December 9, 2015

I was in Germantown because I was interviewing for a potential side job where I would work remotely from my home via the Internet. I scheduled this interview the day after my previous contracting job ended ( 440 more words


Catching up in Cali

Sometimes when you travel, you just never know what you’re going to see. For example, you could just happen to look to your side and see a Dinosaur. 438 more words


State Thirty Eight: North Dakota

Oft-cited as the least visited State in the Union (it isn’t quite, but it is a way down the list), North Dakota isn’t the most common spot for European tourists like ourselves. 1,538 more words


Ryegate Tourist Cabins

Few in number and often serving a new purpose, tourist cabins remain easy to spot alongside highways due to their identifiable building form and site layout. 248 more words


Mardi Gras World 

Here’s a fun little fact for you: Mardi Gras floats can cost almost a million bucks to make, which is crazy considering they make their debut only once a year. 123 more words

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