#12 Santa Fe, New Mexico

Sunday, November 29th, 2009

This is a way cool town. From somebody from the East Coast, it is easy to see why it gets so much press. I drove north on I-25, which is the main north-south highway in Albuquerque and leads directly into Santa Fe. It is about a 70 mile drive and very few drivers were paying […]

#9 Marietta, Pennsylvania

Saturday, November 28th, 2009

Travel information about Marietta, Pennsylvania

#6 West Logan, West Virginia

Saturday, October 10th, 2009

West Logan, West Virginia is n Logan country, down route 119 from Charleston, West Virginia, which is a major four lane highway and not as remote as you might think. You get off on route 10 (or go towards the signs for Chief Logan state park). The park is free and is the site of […]

#3 – Malden, West Virginia

Monday, September 28th, 2009

This is a very small hamlet a few miles from downtown Charleston, West Virginia and is notable for the birthplace of Booker T. Washington. The best way to get there is to get back on the highway I-64 if you are in downtown Charleston and go east and get off exit 96 and then follow […]

#2 – Charleston, West Virginia

Sunday, September 27th, 2009

I decided to take a day off today and made the drive down I-79. The scenery was beautiful with short, choppy mountains. It is about 150 miles from the Pennsylvania border and in mid-afternoon on a Thursday there was very little traffic. My first destination was the state capitol building. It is exit 99 off […]

#1 – Luray, Virginia

Wednesday, September 16th, 2009

I did only the caverns. I drove down Interstate 81 and turned off the highway for the 15 mile drive to Luray. The signs are clearly marked and the entrance to the caverns is covered by a rather ugly spanish style pavilion. It was a Sunday and the parking lot was crowded – lots of […]

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