Last year, we toured the Midwest. We started in Holland, Michigan and ended up in Springfield, Missouri. On the way, we visited Indiana, Illinois and Kansas.
|Visiting Lincoln's tomb in Springfield, Illinois|
Our goal for road trips is to avoid major highways and take smaller highways. The reason is that major highways are often screened on the sides with walls or trees and you don't get to see the surrounding area.
My mother and I have road trips planned for the next few years - each one focused on a geographical area of the United States.
So this year, we are traveling to the......
We will fly into Columbus, Ohio on Tuesday and will end up in Kennebunkport, Maine at the end of our journey.
On the way, we will visit:
Amish Country in Ohio
Washington, PA (just outside of Pittsburgh)
Niagara Falls, Canada
Although I have visited the Northeast before, my visits were usually confined to the coastal cities. So, I am very excited to see all of these places.
Have any of you traveled to these areas?
Or maybe you live nearby?
What do you recommend we do?
I will be bringing my laptop and camera along with me and will be blogging from the road.
I hope you'll join me :-)