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"Premier Edition." Introduction to Heartland Highways, bio on Loren
Eyrich, and meet the COW (Condo-On-Wheels). Florida's oldest saloon (1878); Saint
Augustine, America's oldest city (1565). US 1, south to Key West, ghost town on
Indian Key. America's smallest post office in Ochopee. US 27, Clewiston,
Cypress Knee Museum, Cedar Key, Bagdad, Pensacola. Jackass Crossing (Today called
Yeehaw Junction). 44 pages. Lots of pictures, a little history, trivia, and
Palace Saloon, Florida's oldest - 1878 -
"Highways of the Confederacy." GA: Savannah and Charleston.
Georgia's Sea Islands. Black Rock Mountain; the Bavaria-wannabe town of Helen. SC:
Fort Sumter, first battle of Civil War. Myrtle Beach. TN: "See
Rock City", Chattanooga Choo Choo; Jack Daniels Distillery tour. MS:
Natchez Trace Parkway, Helen Keller's childhood home, Elvis Presley's birthplace. AL:
Coon Dog Memorial Park. FL: World's smallest police station (a phone
booth). 36 pages.
See Rock City barn - Tennessee
"Gulf of Mexico Tour." FL: Edison-Ford complex in Ft Myers.
Strawberry Festival. Greek food in Tarpon Springs. AL: Dauphin Island,
ferry across Mobile Bay. MS: Beauvoir, final home of Jefferson Davis. LA:
visit world's frog capital, and a crawfish farm. Cross Mississippi on ferry, to
Bayou Goula, and world's smallest church. TX: Galveston, Padre Island
National Seashore. Texas Bar-B-Q, and Tex-Mex food. Reynosa, Mexico.
Mesquite sawmill in Texas Hill Country. 36 pages.
Crawfish farmer Paul Zaunbrecher checks his traps -
"Highways of New England." COW drives US 1 from Florida to Maine. GA:
Vidalia onions. CT: Nut Museum; outdoor dining. RI: Fishermen of
Galilee. MA: Cape Cod; Boston historical sites. ME: Trolley
Museum, Stove Museum, Bar Harbor Lobster Races, Acadia National Park, bat house
builder. NH: Cog RR. VT: Lake Champlain; Cheese factory since
1882. 40 pages.
- Bar Harbor, Maine
"US 41." Traces one highway, US 41, end to end. Miami Beach to
Copper Harbor, Michigan's Upper Peninsula. FL: Miccosukee Indian Music
Festival, alligator wrestling, airboat ride. GA: Coca-Cola Museum. TN:
State Fair, Ryman Auditorium. IN: Ernie Pyle birthplace, Auburn /Cord
/Duesenberg Factory, outhouse collector, Blueberry Festival. IL: Chicago Pizza. WI:
Milwaukee beer and bratwurst, Pabst Brewery, couple who went to Mars courtesy of
Burma-Shave, Houdini birthplace museum. MI: Pictured Rocks National
Lakeshore, visit copper mine. 40 pages.
- Huntington, Indiana
"Florida Cracker Country." FL: Two Egg, Florida, Outhouse Festival,
Peanut Festival, Ocala National Forest, Cross Creek home of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings,
Captain Tom's charter boat on Silver and Ocklawaha Rivers, Wakulla Springs, chain saw
artist, Florida's oldest library & highest elevation, Homestead-90 days after Andrew,
Wild Bird Rehab Center, bat tower in Florida Keys. 36 pages.
- Two Egg, Florida
"The Rio Grande Valley." TX: Museum of Horns (horniest place in
Texas), Mexico via hand-pulled ferry, boating on Amistad Reservoir, rowboats to Boquillas
& Santa Elena, Mexico, Big Bend N.P., Alamo Movie Set, Jalapeno Festival, Jersey Lilly
Saloon. AR: Eat a Clinton Burger in Hope, Ark. 40 pages.
- Big Bend National Park, Texas
"Appalachian Highways." Traces one highway, US 19, end to end. St
Petersburg to Lake Erie. FL: "I Ain't Here Saloon". GA:
Oldest hardware store, Dahlonega gold mine tour, Baby Grand Canyon, Peach Festival, Gnat
Festival. NC: Blast From The Past Cafe. WV: Inflation-fighting
flight over New River Gorge with "Five Dollar Frank", dine at the "Ain't
You Et Yet Cafe", Strawberry Festival, Cass Scenic Railway. PA: Dry
Tavern, Caputo's Pizza, Mars, Milk Goat Ranch, famous groundhog Punxatawney Phil,
America's oldest gas station, Carson Valley Buffalo Ranch. 44 pages.
The staff at Ain't You Et Yet Cafe - West Virginia
"Lincoln Highway." The historic Lincoln Highway from Times Square to
Neb/Wyo border. NJ: Edison's laboratory. PA: Amish country,
Intercourse, Lancaster County, Gettysburg, Ship of the Alleghenies, Studebaker dealer
still open. OH: Canton auto museum, Amish beanery with 19-pie menu, Buzzard
Capital. IN: "Quayle Trail" tour of Huntington with world-famous
outhouse collector; popcorn producer, Shipshewana, Studebaker National Museum. IL:
Ronald Regan boyhood home, John Deere home. IA: Riverboat gambling, Belle
Plaine, Tama's Lincoln Highway bridge (1915). NE: Neb State Fair, Pony
Express Museum, Sod House Museum, mystery of Carhenge, Petrified Wood Gallery. 44
Amish buggies at Zimmerman's Store - Intercourse,
"Middle Atlantic Coast." SC: Hunting Island State Park, "South
Of The Border". NC: Battleship USS North Carolina, Outer Banks, second
smallest Post Office, Wright Brothers Memorial, Kitty Hawk. VA: Chesapeake
Bay Bridge/Tunnel, Cherrystone Clams, Assateague Island. US 301, Wilmington, DE to
Sarasota, FL. FL: An Ostrich farm and steel diners. 44 pages.
US Route 301
- North Carolina
"Bayou Country Highways." Mardi Gras parades in Fla/Ala/Miss. Gulf
Islands National Seashore. LA: Kliebert's Alligator Farm. MS:
new casinos, old general stores, Natchez, Vicksburg, Margaret's Grocery & Bible Class,
Earl's Art Gallery & Bar, Petrified Wood Forest, grist mill with no price increase
since 1790. AL: Hank Williams grave & museum, Smut Eye. FL:
Possum Monument, Big Cypress National Preserve. 40 pages.
Preacher and Margaret Dennis - Margaret's Grocery
& Bible Class Vicksburg, Mississippi
"Adirondack Highways." MD: The town of Boring, Maryland. NY:
Catskill Mountains: One-man winery, Woodstock (the town, not the festival), tour Secret
Caverns; 178 year-old working gristmill. Adirondack Mountains: Lake George, historic
Village Diner, National Bottle Museum. NJ: Boardwalks of Atlantic City and
Wildwood, America's oldest lighthouse. 36 pages.
Cavern's Creek Grist Mill - 1816 - Howes Cave, NY
"The Lower Mississippi River." Up the east bank of the great river, New
Orleans to near St. Louis; down the west bank, to the delta. LA: River
Road. Plantation home tours: San Francisco Plantation, Laura Plantation. MS:
Rosemont Plantation. Eat at Cock of the Walk, Natchez. Ghost of King's
Tavern. New casinos; Tunica, Mississippi. Birthplace of the blues.
Graceland. TN: Nature cruise on Tennessee's Reelfoot Lake. IL:
World's largest catsup bottle. Illinois town on wrong side of the river. 40
Laura Plantation - 1805 - Vacharie, Louisiana
"The Upper Mississippi River." Up the east bank of the great river, St.
Louis to Lake Itasca; then down the west bank to St. Louis. IL: $2 cruise,
Nauvoo State Park, Max Nordeen's Wheels Museum, historic town of Galena. WI:
Dickeyville Grotto, world's largest 6-pack, MN: Mall of America, walleye on a
stick, historic Mickey's Diner (1937), Quackery Museum, source of Mississippi, Paul Bunyan
statues, largest ball of twine. IA: Iowa's oldest bar (1852), National Farm
Toy Museum. MO: Tom Sawyer's town, Jim's Barbecue, Gateway Arch, world's only
floating McDonald's. FL: Also, inside look at world's largest RV show,
Tampa. 40 pages.
Loren gets his head examined at Quackery Museum -
(nothing was found.)
"South Florida Backroads." FL: Everglades National Park, alligator
farm, railroad history on Pigeon Key, Key West, Big Cypress Preserve, smallest post office, Webster Farmer's Market, Solomon's
Castle, Florida Cracker Trail, Ellie's 50's Diner, Arcadia. 40 pages.
Charlene Saint Germain at Pigeon Key National Historic Site
- Marathon, Florida
"Ozark Mountain Highways." AR: Hot Springs National Park, Blanchard
Caverns, Scenic Highway 7, Eureka Springs, Toad Suck Park, largest Mr. Peanut, Miss
Laura's Brothel, Booger Hollow's 2-story outhouse, Wal-Mart Visitor's Center, Patent Model
Museum. MO: Branson, Beverly Hillbillies' car, smallest
cathedral. 36 pages.
Booger Hollow's 2-story outhouse - Booger Hollow, AR
"Pennsylvania Backroads." PA: Valley Forge, Hopewell Furnace,
Harley-Davidson assembly plant tour, Haines Shoe House, ride a steam railway through
Lancaster County, World's largest Edsel collection, Mercer Museum, mule barge on Delaware
Canal, Delaware Water Gap, coal mine tour, Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, Simpler Times
Museum. 36 pages.
Hugh Lesley with just two of his 179 Edsels - Oxford, PA
"Dixie Backroads." MS: Exotic Animal Orphanage, Rocking chairs for
the Presidents, Yazoo City, Casey Jones Museum, Virlillia Store (1840's), Abe's BBQ.
LA: Kaffie-Frederick Store (1892), Rayne (City of Murals & World's Frog
Capitol), Acadian Cultural Center, Cajun food, Creole food. WV: Berkeley
Castle. VA: Skyline Drive, Blue Ridge Parkway, The General Store
(1891). NC: Mabry Mill, Great Smoky Mtn RR, FL: Special section
on 1996 Florida RV SuperShow & Rally. 40 pages.
Berkeley Castle - Berkeley Springs, West Virginia
"Georgia On My Mind." GA: Things to do in Georgia when the Olympics
are over. Lake Lanier, Stone Mountain Park, Martin Luther King Historic Site,
Bavarian town of Helen, World's largest school campus, Swint's Pecan House, great barbecue
joints. FL: Evinston's 1884 Post Office, Harvest Village. 36
Swint's Pecan House
- Milner, Georgia
"Western Backroads." COW crosses Rocky Mountains for the first time.
OK: Sequoyah's Home Site, Albert's tiny Post Office, Route 66. KS:
Dodge City. CO: Petrified wood service station, Gunnison River Canyon. ID:
Moscow, Elk River Falls, Eat a Helmer Burger, Coeur d'Alene, Sandpoint, Lewis & Clark
Trial. University of Idaho Life on Wheels Conference for RVers. Profile on
Sharlene "Charlie" Minshall (silver-haired RVer drives solo). MT:
National Bison Range. 36 pages.
Petrified wood service station
- Lamar, CO