James Dean Weekend

James Dean weekend is a big deal in Grant County, Indiana. The last Friday, Saturday, and Sunday of September celebrates the life of the American actor with car shows and a motorcycle rally in the small country towns of Gas City, Jonesboro, and Fairmount. Marion, Indiana, is not included in this massive festival, which isContinue reading “James Dean Weekend”

Williamsport Motorama

Rooster and I haven’t attended a festival all summer. It’s the month of September, and we Hoosiers are entering car show season. Therefore, we jumped at the chance to make the hour and a half trip to the Williamsport Motorama. Fun facts about Williamsport, Indiana It is located in Warren County Founded in 1829 Elevation:Continue reading “Williamsport Motorama”

Three Holland Restaurants

Rooster and I decided to sample a little bit of everything when we chose three Holland restaurants. We tried a brewery, a local favorite, and ended our adventure at an upscale dining establishment on Lake Macatawa. Therefore, I decided to write a review of each of these eateries to give future travelers and idea aboutContinue reading “Three Holland Restaurants”

Windmill Island Gardens

Rooster and I included Windmill Island Gardens as one of our stops on our trip to Holland, Michigan. Many of the attractions remained closed due to COVID-19. We strongly recommend delaying visiting this attraction until after the world starts operating somewhere in the normal range. After we paid the entrance fee, we started our walkContinue reading “Windmill Island Gardens”

Nelis’ Dutch Village

Rooster and I decided to do something corny. We paid a visit to Nelis’ Dutch Village. What we discover there was a heartwarming immigrant success story.

Centennial Park and The Wizard of Oz

It is our anniversary, and Rooster asked me what I wanted to do. For my answer, I requested an adventure trip to Holland, Michigan. I had no idea we would discover Centennial Park and the Wizard of OZ there.  Holland, Michigan, is one of our favorite adventure destinations. Rooster and I have visited this communityContinue reading “Centennial Park and The Wizard of Oz”

Boathouse Kitchen and Swan Dive

Rooster and I joined Marci and Jeff for a meal at the Boathouse Kitchen and Swan Dive on a hot Sunday afternoon. Why we chose the Boathouse Kitchen and Swan Dive. On a warm, lazy Sunday afternoon, no one in the family wanted to spend time in the kitchen. What the situation called for wasContinue reading “Boathouse Kitchen and Swan Dive”

The American Sign Museum

Rooster and I chose The American Sign Museum as our final stop in Cincinnati. This Museum became the highlight of our adventure. Picking a winner Sometimes, I happen to be the member of our adventure crew that comes up with a great idea. The American Sign Museum happened to be one of those fortunate occurrences.Continue reading “The American Sign Museum”

William Howard Taft Historical Site

William Howard Taft Historical Site The William Howard Taft Historical Site topped the list of places Rooster and I planned to visit in Cincinnati. During our travels, we have stopped at many of the homes of former Presidents. These places are always good adventure destinations loaded with historical facts. We didn’t know much about WilliamContinue reading “William Howard Taft Historical Site”

The Phelps In Cincinnati

The Phelps In Cincinnati Rooster searched online until he discovered the Phelps In Cincinnati. He thought it would be a safe place for us to spend the night in the wake of Covid-19. Our first overnight trip since lockdown Our visit to The Creation Museum is the first overnight trip we’ve taken since the countryContinue reading “The Phelps In Cincinnati”