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This 50 Stater’s Hawaii // A 50 Stater’s Hawaii, Part 2 // Sargent in Boston//. Going to Kabul? //

Glasgow’s Overflowing Riverside // Going to Greenland? // The Kimberley, Part 12//

The Royal Yacht Britannia Gets Malled // The Kimberley, Part 13 // Rah! Rah! Stanford U! //

Vancouver Island, Victoria to Port Renfrew // Delaware is du Pont Land // Unforgettable Unalaska//

Florida’s Famous 25 Again // A Midland’s Must, The Permian Basin Petroleum Museum //

The Caledonian Canal’s Staircase. // Butchart Gardens in January? // California Beats Alaska //

The Sonoran’s Organ Pipes // Las Vegas Giant Tulips // Boyce’s Mystery Castle//

Tucson’s Tohono Chul Park Revealed // Five Final Floridians // This 50 Stater’s Florida //

Among Florida’s Famous 25 // What Happened to the Brass Lamp Auto Museum? //

The Answer: Midland, Texas // From Zurich to Mars // Paul Theroux’s Book about Alaska. Not Yet. //

Vancouver’s Grouse Grind // Fort Calgary’s Future // This 50 Stater’s Connecticut // Big Bend’s River //

Big Bend’s Mountains // Big Bend’s Desert // Big Bend-3 Parks in One // Big Bend’s Abundant Wildlife//

Free-Ranging Odessa, Texas // Farm to Market Texas 170 // Alpine’s Museum of the Big Bend //

A Russian Supermarket // Is Waldo in Abkhazia? // The Boquillas Border Crossing //

The Orkneys, Part One // The Orkneys, Part Two // The Orkneys, Part Three // Alabama Blowout //

The World’s Most Spectacular Churches // Hotel Bathrooms Change // The Biggs Is Big but Regional //

Designed for the Times, The George W. Bush PLM // See-Worthy Plockton, Aultbea, and Inverness //

The Other Hunterian Museum // Macbeth’s Cawdor Castle? // London’s Dickens Museum //

Delaware’s State Capitols // tkts Cuts Travel Expenses // Philadelphia Museum of Art, Tourist Magnet //

Mull of Galloway and Dunnet Head // Two More Capitals, Dover and Trenton // Ruth Loves R.W. Norton//

Top Ten Most Dangerous Travel Destinations: Dominated by Islamic Law, Socialism (Photos) //

Simi Valley’s Presidential Library // Reagan Presidential Library & Museum, Part 2 //

Missouri’s Westminster College Honors Churchill // Missouri’s Highway 19-Dips & Curves //

Missouri’s Highway 19 Continued // Missouri Commemorates Route 66 // Get Your Museum Fix on

Route 66 // Jack Daniel, No Whiskey on Sunday // “Honor Thy Music” in Nashville //

Oregon’s Usonian Gordon House // Oxford’s Burns-Belfry Church Rises // Impressions-Oxford,

Mississippi // The President from Tennessee // Nashville’s Ryman, A Thriving Legend //

Anniston’s Berman Museum // Lost in Croatia, Tasmania, Etc. // Is the Eiffel Tower for Sale? //

Thinking about Buenos Aires // Lost in Lisbon // This 50 Stater’s Georgia // Suzhou, China, City

of Canals // Not Typical-The Phillips Collection // Heard about the Heard? // The Canine Image,

Museum of the Dog // TripAdvisor’s #19-Shanghai // Seven Presidential Libraries //

From Alabama to the Moon // Germanic Huntsville // The 5 Compass Getty Center //

Where is Fernano Po? // Nixon Library, Final Thoughts // Surpassing Expectations, The

Nixon Presidential Library // Wells Fargo, Still on a Roll // LA’s Autry National Center //

Viet Nam PoW’s Return to East Room // Amerete Viterbo // Going to Troubled Turkey //

Glasgow’s Overflowing Riverside // Mission Accomplished-the GHW Bush PLM //

Sterling Stirling Castle // Not Been There Update // The Renovated LBJ Presidential Library //

When in Glasgow, Have Tea and Meet Mackintosh // Staid but Substantive: Dulwich Picture

Gallery // Whistler’s Mother and Wife // Blue Bell Makes Ultimate Neapolitan-Yum //

An Unexpected Dallas Delight // Off to Italy Again // Eilean Donan Is not a Woman //

Robert Burns, Scottish Idol // Oaklands-Murfreesboro’s #1 Attraction // The World’s Best

Destinations // Sensational Seabrook // Hotels, the Inside Story // Ailsa Crag and the

Russian War Memorial // Texas A&M Aggieland // Arkansas’ Common State Capitol //

Michigan’s Victorian Capitol // Pontiac’s Route 66 Hall of Fame and Museum //

Across the Top of Scotland // Wilmington’s Grand Opera House // Gulf of Georgia

Cannery, a Good Catch // Sparkling Yarra Valley Wines // A Good Move-The Textile

Museum // Computer History Museum, Part 1 (of 2) // The Brain-Challenging

Computer History Museum, Part 2 // One of the 10 Best-Hunter Valley //

The Art Deco Smith Center // Unexpected Alpine, Texas // Mount Angel’s Library

-Design Perfection // Saguaro National Park’s West District // Saguaro National Park(s) //

Mount Charleston, Visible But Unnoticed // Dining Well on the Road // Wallace and Herb //

Relatively Unknown Santa Clara Wines // Kingman’s Fun Route 66 Museum //

Our Downton Abbey-Filoli // Our 11th Presidential Library // The Mary Kay Museum,

You Can Do It! // A 50 Stater’s Delaware // Towns Named Aberdeen // Yale University

Art Gallery, Second to None // The Wellcome Museum for the Incurably Curious //

Speyside, Whiskyland // Still the One-Whistler // Michigan’s Presidential Museum //

Delaware’s Second State Capitol // Vermeer and Music Lives On // Cille Choirill, Above the

Glen // Brasso and Bricks in 2 Lesser Attractions // Dennis the Menace and Geffrye //

Canada’s Sunshine Coast // Sunshine Coast, Part 2 // The Castle of Mey, Caithness //

The Bug Zoo, Victoria BC // R Rated Great Britain // Movie Location Scotland //

Cold, Misnamed Balmoral Castle // Magical Rosslyn Chapel // Lansing’s Broad Museum //

LA’s Autry National Center // 2013 Globalfest Tickets Available // Seek & Find Las Vegas

SNMFA // The Loved Huntsville Museum of Art //

About roads-rus

Since the beginning, I've had to avoid writing about the downside of travel in order to sell more than 100 articles. Just because something negative happened doesn't mean your trip was ruined. But tell that to publishers who are into 5-star cruise and tropical beach fantasies. I want to tell what happened on my way to the beach, and it may not have been all that pleasant. My number one rule of the road is...today's disaster is tomorrow's great story. My travel experiences have appeared in about twenty magazines and newspapers. I've been in all 50 states more than once and more than 50 countries. Ruth and I love to travel internationally--Japan, Canada, China, Argentina, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, etc. Within the next 2 years we will have visited all of the European countries. But our favorite destination is Australia. Ruth and I have been there 9 times. I've written a book about Australia's Outback, ALONE NEAR ALICE, which is available through both Amazon & Barnes & Noble. My first fictional work, MOVING FORWARD, GETTING NOWHERE, has recently been posted on Amazon. It's a contemporary, hopefully funny re-telling of The Odyssey. View all posts by roads-rus

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