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Turkey: $48 Million in 2016 // Smith Tower Satisfies // Travel Alerts // Ten Sleep Canyon

Revisited // Washington’s Plentiful State Parks // The Essence of Portland // Liverpool,

Budapest and Istanbul // Fantasy Shopping at Exotic & Hyman // One Hermann, Two

Brothers // Achin’ Aiken // Gap Countries // The 5 Compass World Chess Hall of Fame //

Los Alamos, Hanford, and Oak Ridge // A Clearly Nuclear Museum // Walla Walla Triumphs

Triumphs // North Korea, Paraguay, and Albania // Route 66, Once St. Louis’ Main Street //

State Museums // The Rep: Still Great After 50 Years // The Mormon Pioneer Trail //

Global Foods Market // Cardinal Hall of Fame & Museum // Dangerous Roads //

Scouting Scotts Bluff // The Famous Sandia Peak Tramway // The 5 Compass IPHF //

Old New Harmony // Union Station Reborn Again // 2016’s Aurora Borealis // Cyril &

His Brother Methodius // The Scientifically Based Bradbury // Revamping Sun Valley //

Dracula and the Walking Dead // The Joslyn Gets Better // Pioneer Square’s Comeback //

Moscow Traffic // Sandhills Scenery // Tinkertown Tickled Me // Talking to Strangers //

Broken Bow Has The Arrow // Buffalo’s Occidental Hotel // An American Palace for Governors //

Montana & Idaho Dips & Curves // Gilcrease Increases // Shakespeare Travels // Volcanic

Vistas at Newberry Caldera // Hollywood // The Overrated Museo Nacional de Arte //

Two Tucson Treats // Inside Indiana // Four Qualified Attractions // Canadian’s 5 Compass

Citadelle // Two Veterinary Museums // The Enduring Palouse // Is Iowa’s the 2nd Best

State Fair? // Lowriders Gaining Respect in Santa Fe // A Great Lincoln Attraction //

The Bachman-Wilson Is Saved // The Forked Lightning Ranch // The Fun Yet Serious

Idaho Potato Museum // Natives Had Better Names for Chimney Rock // Route 66 Interest

Continues // Travel Changes // 4 Gulf Coast Attractions // The World-Class Nacional

Museo de Antropologia // Picasso and His Muses // Vancouver’s Van Dusen // The Heroes

of Tahoma // Franz Mayer’s Keys and Spurs // Five Compass Millennium Park // Hello Dalai //

Mount Rainier // Mount Rainier, Eruption Due // MIM the Marvel // Old Nacogdoches //

The Best of Nacogdoches // Nacogdoches Struggles // North America’s Royal Castle //

New in Vancouver // Fifty States Are Enough // Nevada to Rhode Island // Indiana to

Nebraska // Fifty Movie Sets // Seattle Documents The Klondike Gold Rush // Chamizal

Celebrates 2 Cultures // The Top Ten Palacio de Bellas Artes // Ruth at the National

Cowgirl Museum // Jumex, Objeto and Tamayo // Four Possible Mexico City Attractions //

Albanian History Edited at NHM // The Historic Magoffin Home // Tombstone’s Boothill

Graveyard-Donations Desired // Zocalo // Taking a CAF Tour // The Best of Mexico City //

5 Compass Cahokia Mounds // No Return to Tahiti // Frida Kahlo Corp // Fine Photos at

Foto Museo // Mexico City’s Museo Soumaya // David Alfaro Siqueiros // Voodoo

Doughnuts: New Wizardry // Craters of the Moon: Lots of Lava // National Parks //

Washington Lighthouses // Southwest School of Art Welcomes // Table 128: Best of 2016 //

Sensational Seabrook // From Argentina to Uruguay // Bremerton’s Fun Bug Museum //

Underrated Tacoma // NMMA: Traditional Yet Different // The Majority are in the Midwest //

The Unsung Chittenden Locks // Broadway // Earthquake! // The Steady Aspen Art Museum //

Aspen Changes // Broken Bow: Best in State // The Creaky Philbrook Museum // Sound

Advice from Travel Pros // Knowing & Buying Turquiose // CCEP to the Rescue // Our Only

Border Patrol Museum // The Singular Organ Mountains // Organ Mountains Desert Peaks //

Adopt a Boa in Albuquerque // Albuquerque: Beer Here! // The Vermilian Cliffs & Navajo

Bridge // Ski Bulgaria! // Fall in Love with Art at Shemer // Riordan Family Ties // Granbury,

New History // William Utermohlen’s Decision // A Great River Road Map // St. Louis’

Excellent National Blues Museum // Iowa’s Best Attraction // Aqua Chicago // The Nile

and Roe Rivers // Texas’ Only Asian Museum // The Gates Foundation: A Force for Good //

Festive Fort Worth // A 5 Compass Mini Time Machine // Hollywood Cars Museum Adds Liberace //

Tombstone’s Top Attraction // Kilgore and Oil // Eat, Chow, and Bite // TripAdvisor’s Best 2016 //

The 5 Compass Blackhawk // Lincoln’s Hearse Again // Hummingbird Heaven // A Wetland Park

in the Mojave // Grand Antelope Canyons // Rosie the Riveter Memorialized // The Cool Blue

Mountains // Return. to Port Aransas // America’s Uluru // Much About Meteors // Tale-Telling

in Jefferson, Texas // Ghosts of Jefferson // Intel Inspires //Gruene, Where Preservation Works //

Macedonia’s Many Problems // Is Natural Bridge Caverns a Gem? // Raves for Point /Reyes //

Point Reyes Continued // The Unique Art Car Museum // The State-sized King Ranch //

Thomas Hart Benton Goes to Hollywood // The 5 Compass Walt Disney Family Museum //

The World’s Weirdest Museum // London’s National Gallery // Avoid Papua &Dhaka //

Ohrid: City of Light // Cursed Places // Alb’s Balloon Museum // EPMA: Mysteries in El Paso //

The Authentic Chatillon-DeMenil // Unknown Planet Earth // Old Town Albuquerque // 2016

Travel Destinations // A 1940 Air Terminal Museum // THE Merchandise Mart // Branson

Enhancin’ // The Perception Changing Albuquerque Museum //

TOWNS NAMED SERIES: A Town Named Goodsprings // There Are 20 Moscows in America //

Towns Named Springfield // 4 Gulf Coast Attractions // Super Bowl 50 // Much About Meteors //

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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