28 Sep
Niagara Power Company Visitor's Center

Niagara Power Company Visitor's Center

  • by Garrett Tershel

This was a great little place we found on a brochure.  The Niagara Power Company generates the largest amount of hydroelectric power in the country.  The damn has a visitors center and museum.  It is very well done.  I wasn't expecting much and was very surprised.  I was so busy playing with the exhibits I didn't take many pictures. Oh and it is FREE, yep!

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26 Sep
Niagara Falls 2017

Niagara Falls 2017

  • by Garrett Tershel

Blessed with a beautiful warm fall day we headed to Niagara Falls. We took the boat trip on the Maid of the Mist.  We went for a walk. I am going to let the picture speak for themselves.

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21 Sep
National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

  • by Garrett Tershel

I highly recommend this museum.  It is an amazing collection of American History in flight and ingenuity.  There are a bunch of interactive exhibits for kids and amazing stories for the adults. The exhibits are grouped together by historical eras making it easy to understand.

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08 Oct
Salem, MA A town of two tales.

Salem, MA A town of two tales.

  • by Garrett Tershel

Salem was a fascinating place, a town of two tales.

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19 Sep
Mystic Friends...

Mystic Friends...

  • by Garrett Tershel

We ended up spending the day at Mystic Seaport. At first I thought the place was a little pricey but we choose to spend the day anyway and I am glad to report it was well worth the price.

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15 Sep
Fallingwater, Bear Run PA

Fallingwater, Bear Run PA

  • by Garrett Tershel

As soon as we talked about going on a trip and the trip would be east from Chicago, Fallingwater was going to be our first stop. The Frank Lloyd Wright house, the most famous house ever built, redefined what a residential home could be. I had high exceptions and it exceeded every one of them. The true mark of something great, it is better in person.

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04 Sep
Mammoth Cave, KY Part One of Two

Mammoth Cave, KY Part One of Two

  • by Garrett Tershel

Mammoth Cave, KY... Jellystone, horseback riding, walking through caves and a terrible storm...

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16 Oct
Utah and Colorado

Utah and Colorado

  • by Garrett Tershel

This trip happened in 2012, but I think it was the spark that started the fire.  We still are not "fulltime RVers as of June 2017" but we aspire to be.  But the idea has certainly crossed our minds.

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