Exploring Historic Route 66: Part 1

Route 66 Logo

Pamela Selbert
Photos by Guy Selbert
December 19, 2012

As of November 11, 1926, the day it was officially designated, Route 66 became “the road on which America drove west.” At 2,448 miles, stretching from Lake Michigan in Chicago to the Pacific Ocean at Santa Monica, Calif., the two-lane road crossed eight states and three time zones, stitching the... Read more »

Wisconsin’s Elkhart Lake

Elkhart Lake Area Campgrounds

Irene Middleman Thomas
September 19, 2012

Photography courtesy Elkhart Lake Tourism There’s a small village on the shores of a crystal-clear lake in Wisconsin that you will wish you had heard of a long time ago. Elkhart Lake, a bit larger than a mile in size with about 1,000 permanent residents, offers vacationers just about anything they... Read more »

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