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A Surprising War Story At The National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton

We drove to Emmitsburg, Maryland to see the National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton. However, we discovered more waiting there than the story of America’s first native-born citizen to be canonized; we also …

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Jane Austen in June; Tryon Palace celebrates the 200th anniversary of Mansfield Park

Featured advertiser Twisted Leather Bags Entrance to Tryon Palace in New Bern, North Carolina No, Fanny Price and Edmund Bertram didn’t show up but our …

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Old Salem Winston Salem NC PullOverAndLetMeOut
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Old Salem in Winston-Salem

  With third-grader in tow, I head to North Carolina’s fifth largest city, Winston-Salem, to find a favorite field trip destination known as Old Salem.  …

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How To Have Offseason Fun On North Carolina’s Outer Banks

It all started when my son received a kite as a Christmas present. It’s a really nice kite – too nice to end up stuck …

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United States Botanic Garden – D.C.’s hidden treasure in pictures

United States Botanic Garden in pictures is a guest post by contributor Katrina Morrocco of Cary, North Carolina. Washington, D.C. is such a popular tourist …

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Five favorite historic sites discoveries of 2013

With the passing of another year it’s always fun sitting back and reflecting on the many stops I’ve made along the way.  2013 was a …

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The Winery at Bull Run – where history and fine wine converge

As a child, I visited what my father reverently referred to as the “hallowed grounds” at Manassas, Virginia. The Stone Bridge at Bull Run and …

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“Brother Joseph and the Grotto”

A follow-up to a story that ran earlier this year……. In December of 2012 I visited the Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama.  The Grotto …

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“Porsche by Design:Seducing Speed” the automobile as art at the NCMA

Porsche Type 901 Prototype, 1963 Courtesy of Don and Diane Meluzio “Porsche. There is no substitute.” Up until a couple weeks ago that famous line …

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Golf, antiques and Dewberries in the NC Sandhills

 The Market at Muse Bros. Store  422 Carthage Street  Heading south on US-1 in North Carolina there’s a visible change in topography upon entering the …

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Photographing the American South

Living and traveling in the American South provides abundant scenery for amazing pictures. I’m always delighted when others enjoy the images I capture along my …

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Beyond

Arundel Castle in the South of England – from the 11th century to today

Magnificent Gothic architectural features are prominent at Arundel Castle. Lords, ladies, knights, kings and tales of castle intrigue – if these walls could talk, what …

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24 Hours in Wilmington, North Carolina

  Wilmington is a historic port city along the Cape Fear River in North Carolina. Steeped in history ranging from pirate visitors to the American …

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There’s a Presidential detective story waiting at Madison’s Montpelier

Proceeding through the gates along the scenic driveway leading to Montpelier the unsuspecting traveler may not be fully prepared for what awaits. James and Dolley …

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