Old Man In A Padlock

When you hear the term “old man” you might think of an elderly man with white or no hair, a brittle body, or even a walker. I’m right there with you. But if you’re a New Hampshire native, it also reminds you of our state emblem. Located in Franconia, NH the old man was a…

Seeing all the Angles

It’s the early 1900s and folks newly exposed to automobiles and highway systems set out on cross-country journeys; some in search of a better life, others a wild adventure. You’re a shop owner or restaurateur hoping these folks will choose your goods above everyone else. Your advertising needs to be seen from highways and entice…

Paint the City Electric

In the heart of Philadelphia, you’re sure to find great food, stunning museums, and a rich history of our nation. But anyone can lick the Liberty Bell. For something out of the ordinary, find your way to a quiet, pedestrian alley in the city: Lenfest Plaza. You can’t miss it. The plaza is situated on…

Shark Bites and Peace Pipes

A rich history of Native American artifacts remains throughout Long Island, reflected in town names, reservations, ancient cemeteries, and even a few roadside attractions. At the Ketcham Inn in Center Moriches, NY, visitors can enjoy the restored Colonial-Era stage-coach stop, as well as a book-barn, community garden, and our favorite attraction: The Wooden Teepee. This beautifully restored…