I’ve visited the Rocky Steps and the Rocky Statue in Philadelphia several times. I’ve got a few handy tips that are good to know before you go! Plus, a few tips for visiting the Philadelphia Museum of Art, too.
Yard Art & Statues
It's fascinating to pass by unusual statues and larger-than-life replicas of everyday items when traveling! For example, a popular form of yard art in the Northwestern U.S. and in Canada are rock towers of all shapes & sizes called Inukshuks. Here are some of the roadside statues and replicas that we've personally encountered on our travels.
South of the Border, Dillon SC is one of the state’s most famous landmarks with plenty of free attractions. Conveniently located off I-95, see why I think it’s one of the best free things to do in South Carolina!
Looking for things to do in Central Florida? Want a list of really fun, cheap Florida attractions? I’m a Florida native and I do a lot of traveling. I’ve discovered tons of cheap attractions in Florida that are exciting and unique! Here’s my list of 18 affordable Central Florida attractions.
Savannah is a great southern city with tons of history. There are lots of fun things to do in Savannah Georgia, from visiting the Forrest Gump bench to seeing where a Girl Scouts icon grew up. It’s hard to squeeze everything into one single post, but I’ve tried. See my favorite Savannah Georgia landmarks and attractions.
I’ve been to several stock car races, sprint car races, and other car racing events. I recently attended my first NASCAR race. Here are 6 things I learned.
Here are my personal tips on how to find a fall festival near you. Plus things you should bring along so you can have more fun at fall festivals.
Following are some of the photos from our first trip to the Grand Canyon. We started in Scottsdale, Arizona for some Spring Training baseball. Then, we took a morning trip to the Grand Canyon, followed by an afternoon drip to Sedona, Arizona for some offroading in Jeeps.
Traveling down Highway 52 just north of Minot, North Dakota, and south of the U.S./Canada border… you’re driving along and all of a sudden you see class years in the form of rocks on the hillsides of Kenmare, North Dakota. Here’s the story behind the class rocks.
There are several different shapes and colors of rocks that can be used in the formation of an Inukshuk — also spelled inuksuk, inukhuk, inuksuit. And some tend to resemble a human shape more than others. This rock formation is a symbol of safety, hope and friendship that was created by the Inuit.
Here are a few of the 1,200 photos we took on our trip to Alberta, Canada. We spent most of our time in Edmonton and Calgary.
Just about every state in the country features The World’s Largest… SOMETHING!