Family Travel, Wordless Wednesday

Zion Mt. Carmel Tunnel and Highway {Wordless Wednesday}

A favorite drive for our family is to the state of Utah and some of its breathtaking National Parks. One of the highlight attractions is the Zion Mt. Carmel Tunnel that was built between 1927 and 1930. It's the longest vehicular tunnel in the U.S. National Park System and is an amazing drive. A couple… Continue reading Zion Mt. Carmel Tunnel and Highway {Wordless Wednesday}

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A Visit to Casa de Ruiz (Wordless Wednesday)

Several years ago hubby and I visited Albuquerque, New Mexico for the first time during a railway conference. We spent quite a bit of time during lunches and breaks walking around and discovering Old Town there. One of our favorite spots was the Casa de Ruiz, Church Street Cafe. Possibly the oldest residence in town… Continue reading A Visit to Casa de Ruiz (Wordless Wednesday)

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LSU Rural Life Museum (Wordless Wednesday)

Continuing on our southern travels this week we visited the LSU Rural Life Museum. The largest collection of materials from 19th century Louisiana is safely contained in three unique areas of the property. Here is a small sampling of what there is to see at this fun museum. Enjoy! For more Wordless Wednesday fun please… Continue reading LSU Rural Life Museum (Wordless Wednesday)

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An Afternoon at Vermilionville {Wordless Wednesday}

Continuing our travels in the south we decided to make a visit to Vermilionville in Lafayette, Louisiana. This historic village demonstrates Acadian, Native American, Creole, and African folklife cultures. (We had learned about the Acadians at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, you can see some photos of the presentation on the¬†Wordless Wednesday post from… Continue reading An Afternoon at Vermilionville {Wordless Wednesday}