Born 1937 and been traveling ever since.
To do a round trip of all of Texas would involve over 30 hours of driving, so basically you would not do anything except drive 8 hours a day for four days. So breaking it up into a couple of different 4 day sections, I come up with Tour 1 - West Texas -Lubbock... See More
It is shorter to go from Durango to Kansas City without doing the whole trip on I-70. If you go up to Denver to catch I-70 it will add time and distance. The halfway point between Durango and Kansas City seems to be... See More
The only place I visited in Nashville (I'm not a country music fan) was also something I think you should not miss and that is The Hermitage-Home of President Andrew Jackson which is a little way out of town. We also drove... See More
I can only really speak to sights to see. From Cedar Park you can either go north to Fort Worth or east to Houston. I am assuming that you are familiar with Houston but you might go a little farther east to the Beaumont area where there is a town... See More
From Austin if you are heading for Little Rock you will go through the Dallas area and I'll skip talking too much about that although you might think about stopping off at Beiharz and Wilson Blocks in Dallas - 2 blocks on... See More
Yes if you like State Fairs that is a fine one. From Dallas I do like to stop in Shreveport on the way to Florida. There's also the Global Power Museum (antique airplanes) at Barksdale Air Force Base.... See More
This is a bad idea. Cincinnati to Peoria is a 27 hour drive and goes from the Eastern Time Zone through the Central Time Zone to the Mountain TIme Zone. Splitting it in half means more than a 13 hour drive each day. ... See More