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10 favorite New England villages
  • 5 Tips for finding restrooms on a road trip
  • A 444-mile mosey
  • A dance with history at Colonial Williamsburg
  • A quick message from Tom
  • A road trip to Old Montreal
  • A road trip up the Ohio River
  • A short drive to the Lyon Air Museum
  • A visit to Mystic Seaport
  • A visit to Santa Fe
  • A visit to The Big Easy
  • Ahoy! Set sail for San Diego’s Maritime Museum
  • America’s best ghost town — Bodie, CA
  • Antietam, Maryland — bloodiest Civil War battle
  • Appomattox, VA — where the Civil War ended
  • Arizona road trip vacation
  • Baseball Hall of Fame — a foul ball?
  • Best of the Black Hills — the Norbeck Scenic Byway
  • Biggest, richest mining town — Virginia City, Nevada
  • Bully for TR National Park in North Dakota!
  • Cabrillo NM — where California was discovered
  • California’s Russian outpost
  • Can we get there from here? An introduction to navigation
  • Cherohala and more in western NC
  • Chiricahua NM — a little-known gem
  • Civil War Turning Point
  • Columbia Gorge-ous
  • Cool small town — Astoria, Oregon
  • Cool small town — Cape May, New Jersey
  • Cool small town — Goldfield, Nevada
  • Cool small town — Jerome, Arizona
  • Cool small town — Jonesborough, Tennessee
  • Cool small town — Madison, Indiana
  • Cool small town — New Castle, Delaware
  • Cool small town — Oatman, Arizona
  • Cool small town — Port Townsend, Washington
  • Cool small town — Sitka, Alaska
  • Cool small towns — Natchez, Mississippi
  • Cool Small Towns — Nevada City, California
  • Cool Small Towns — Newport, Oregon
  • Cool Small Towns — St. Michaels, Maryland
  • Cool Small Towns – Ferndale, CA
  • Covered Bridge Capital of the World
  • Covered bridges go upscale at Bennington, VT, art museum
  • Crater Lake — rhapsody in blue
  • Craters of the Moon — Idaho’s eerie corner
  • Death Valley — second post
  • Death Valley #1 — the “desert’s desert”
  • Death Valley’s Artist Drive reopens
  • Devils Tower — close encounters of the road trip kind
  • Drought puts a damper on wildflowers
  • Editor’s note on posting schedule
  • Elephant seals hit the beach at Piedras Blancas
  • Everglades National Park whispers to you
  • Fall foliage photo file #1
  • Fall foliage photo file 2
  • Fall foliage planning guide
  • Florida road trip report
  • Fort Ross — California’s Russian outpost
  • Fort Ross — California’s Russian outpost
  • Fort Tejon — an I-5 rest stop with history
  • Freeway road trip to Pio Pico’s adobe home
  • Gas price update — 8/10/15
  • Get soaked at Hot Springs National Park
  • Get your kicks on Route 66
  • Get Your Swamp Fix
  • Golden Spike NHS — end of the frontier
  • Great scenery at I-70 Exit 19
  • Hang around at Old Tucson Studios in Arizona
  • Hoh! Hoh! Hoh! — Olympic National Park
  • Hoover Dam — it’s a dam site bigger!
  • Icefields Parkway — #1 most scenic drive
  • If you love cars, you’ll love the National Automobile Museum
  • Introduction to Road Trip Logistics
  • Joshua Tree National Park — the crowded desert
  • Julian, CA, is simple as apple pie
  • Juneau, Alaska — split personality
  • Jurassic National Park
  • LAX planespotting is a real rush!
  • Lots of Texas history in Goliad
  • Mammoth Cave — wonders down under
  • Mt. Lassen: An active volcano?
  • Mt. Shasta — you can SEE it!
  • National Park Fees to Increase
  • National Park news — 2/29/16
  • National park news: July 25, 2015
  • National park survival guide
  • National park survival guide
  • National parks — are we loving them to death?
  • National parks update
  • NE Iowa offers a great weekend road trip
  • New rotating slides on home page
  • New wildlife species in B.C.?
  • News update on wildflowers
  • News update: Trans Canada Hwy. and Yosemite
  • NEWS: Most visited national parks
  • Next exit, a national park
  • Old Mesilla, N.M. — Santa Fe, Jr.
  • Old Sacramento — exit I-5 for the 19th century
  • Old Town San Diego — where California began
  • Olvera St. — where Los Angeles was born
  • Park Service gem at Fort Stanwix, NY
  • People still use road maps despite high-tech navigation tools
  • Petrified Forest — road trip diversion
  • Philadelphia — America’s home town
  • Planning a fall foliage road trip
  • Play Ball!
  • Redwood National Park, Part One
  • Redwood National Park, Part Two
  • Road less traveled — Fort Larned NHS, Kansas
  • Road trip report: Flyover states
  • Road trip to Badlands National Park
  • Road trip to the Gold Rush
  • Road trip winter vacation guide coming soon
  • Road tripper to the Gipper
  • Rotating photos to change
  • San Antonio — the mission nobody knows
  • Shenandoah National Park — close to D.C. but a world away
  • Special 2nd anniversary post — favorite photos of 2016
  • Strawbery Banke — a 320-year-old neighborhood
  • Sturgis rally may draw 1M
  • Take off for the San Diego Air and Space Museum
  • The 25 most scenic highways #1
  • The 25 Most Scenic Highways #2
  • The 25 most scenic highways #3
  • The 25 most scenic highways #4
  • The 25 Most Scenic Highways #5
  • The 25 Most Scenic Highways Vol. 1 (#1-5)
  • The Big Hole Valley – heart and soul of Big Sky Country
  • The Bowers Museum — “Orange County’s finest”
  • The great KC barbecue challenge
  • The Great Southwest road trip — Part One
  • The Great Southwest Road Trip — Part Two
  • The Loneliest Road and Loneliest National Park
  • The North Cascades Highway rocks!
  • The Oregon Trail in Nebraska
  • The Road Less Traveled — Bannack State Park, Montana
  • The Road Less Traveled — Blue Hill Peninsula, Maine
  • The Road Less Traveled — Carhenge, Nebraska
  • The Road Less Traveled — Dead Horse Point State Park, Utah
  • The Road Less Traveled — Little River Canyon National Preserve, Alabama
  • The Road Less Traveled — Lockhart, Texas
  • The road less traveled — Plains, Georgia
  • The Road Less Traveled — Silver Falls State Park, Oregon
  • The Road Less Traveled — Valley of Fire, Nevada
  • Tombstone and Bisbee, AZ — too tough to die
  • Tonopah, NV — so ugly, it’s charming
  • Travel news: Snow closes Sierra passes
  • Trip Report — Down South
  • Trip report — New Mexico/West Texas
  • Trip report — Palouse & Waterton
  • Trip Report — Palouse & Waterton
  • Two L.A. museums most people don’t know
  • Two SoCal railroad museums
  • Up the Upper Delaware River
  • Up, up and away to the March Field Air Museum
  • US 50 in Nevada — “Only the lonely”
  • Useful tools for road trip planning
  • Utah SR 128 – 44 miles of WOW!
  • Valley Forge — crucible of the revolution
  • VLA — the Old West meets space age science
  • We and the swallows return to Capistrano
  • Welcome to Road Trips with Tom!
  • Where Lincoln hung his stovepipe hat
  • White Sands NM — the scenery changes daily