After our visit to Montana and a stop in Idaho’s north panhandle, we found ourselves in terrains and climates much more hospitable than what we
We did not know what to expect from Arkansas. Its northern neighbor, Missouri, which we visited the previous summer during the longer Weirdness trip, had
After a delightful two days in Kansas City, we headed for Topeka, the state’s capital. As we headed further away from the dramatic riverside hills
After we were waylaid by the winter storms in December 2013 – on the day we were planning to head up to Albuquerque and revel
My child-hood home I see again, And gladden with the view; And still as mem’ries crowd my brain, There’s sadness in it too– O memory!
It is easy to (playfully) classify people from some of the smaller states in the Northeast: everyone from Massachusetts sounds like a Kennedy, while over