Category Archives: First Nations

Time Travel.  Real Life on Western Military Forts!

Caution!  Scream!  Scream! Screech!  KaPow! There may be history ahead! Tread lightly, it could be boring for some! Fort Kearny State Historical Park (Click on the name of the fort for their website.) in Nebraska opened our eyes to the amount … Continue reading

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Dancing West with the Rain Across Nebraska

The Hills are Singing! Stepping outside your normal life by traveling can be rejuvenating.  We have only been on the road for a week and have learned and experienced more than we could share with others.  We are humbled because … Continue reading

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The Last Dance of the Season

On the last leg(dance) of our trip, we met the real Jolly Green Giant at almost 56 feet tall.  He resides in Blue Earth, Minnesota.  Who wouldn’t want to live in a town named “Blue Earth?”  There is a great … Continue reading

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In a Rush to find Gold. Juneau and Mendenhall Glacier

Alaska is one of my favorite places in the world. The air is so clean, the sky is so blue, and the mountains are pristine! I have had the honor of lecturing three separate weeks on cruise ships in the … Continue reading

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