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Squat gray columns hung over the waterline, grumbling faintly. The wind hammered our faces. But Chokoloskee Bay — shallow and silvery and floorboard flat — was brightening with morning light. The Rollicking 2,000-Mile Road Trip to Find the Center of America. Home - unDiscovered Florida. The 20 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2017. Your favorite small town probably doesn’t look quite like how Norman Rockwell drew it.
Small towns may be united by their modest population sizes, but they’re remarkable for their diversity of character. And so for the sixth-annual round of Smithsonian.com's America’s Best Small Towns, we set out on a quest to find 20 great slice-of-life (and if you’re Rockland, Maine, also award-winning slice-of-pie) small towns full of unique flavor.
To help us on our task, we once again consulted geographical information company Esri (which sorts towns with a population under 20,000) to identify tiny towns chock full of local culture, history and natural beauty. We then narrowed down our list to pinpoint the destinations that are especially worth making the trip to this year—whether they’re celebrating a special birthday, commemorating a famous resident or happen to be smack on the path of the “Great American Eclipse.” Downtown Dallas Hotels - The Joule Dallas HotelThe Joule. History, Travel, Arts, Science, People, Places. Off the beaten path: An insider’s guide to Tampa history for #OHA2015. There are less than two months left before we converge on Tampa for the Oral History Association’s annual meeting!
This week, we asked Jessica Taylor of the University of Florida’s Samuel Proctor Oral History Program, who authored “We’re on Fire: Oral History and the Preservation, Commemoration, and Rebirth of Mississippi’s Civil Rights Sites” in the most recent Oral History Review, to give us the inside scoop on some local stories of interest to oral historians. Check it out below, and make sure to book your tickets while they’re still available.
The Ghost Infested Island of Lake Huron. There are many allegedly haunted places in the world.
Yet, most of the time these are solitary places of spookiness, anomalous locations that stand on their own; a house, a building, perhaps a hospital or even a wood among other things, all existing alone and in contrast to their surroundings as something other. There may be one ghostly presence or even several, but they still remain relatively secluded and sparsely inhabited places that lurk in the corners of the dark world we don’t yet understand. However, there is one island right off shore on Lake Huron in the great lakes where almost every square inch seems to be haunted by something or other. A popular summer tourist spot, this is a bustling, well-travelled island that nevertheless seems to be as crowded with ghosts as it is with visitors, so much so that it is often said that the dead outnumber the living here. Mackinac Island Fort Mackinac is steeped in death, the very walls seem stained by it. Rio Grande Gorge Bridge - HighestBridges.com.
From HighestBridges.com Rio Grande Gorge Bridge Taos, New Mexico, United States 565 feet high / 172 meters high 600 foot span / 183 meter span 1965 One of America’s highest and most famous bridges, the route 64 crossing of the Rio Grande near Taos, New Mexico was completed in 1965.
A well proportioned cantilever truss with an attractive, curvilinear profile, the bridge received the American Institute of Steel Construction’s award for “Most Beautiful Long Span Steel Bridge” of 1966. In 1997 it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Best Dallas Instagrams. Montana Bed and Breakfast Big Sky, Fort Benton, MT Grand Union Hotel. Gainesville Hostel - Zen Hostel. Best Airports For Food and Drink - Best American Airports For Eating. Everyone has been faced with the same harrowing decision when stuck in an airport: what in the hell am I going to eat and drink now?
So, in an effort to help you best sort that out, allow us to present our ranking of every single meaningful American airport’s food and drink. We did it like this: first we broke down every essential airport by the number of planes that fly in, plus region so every state was included. Then we looked up every single restaurant and bar available at each spot, and broke the airports down into four tiers. Once we had the tiers, we went deeper and figured out our proper rankings, paying particular attention to two factors: a) whether the options were unique and illustrative of the foods of that region, and b) the quantity of quality places available. But we tried to weigh the first factor higher, so smaller airports with more local food got more credit than massive places with 85 chains. 72. 71. 70. 69. 68.
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Real personal income gains have remained low during the recovery period, millions of Americans are still out of work, and the cost of living is edging ever upward. Inflation, as measured by the consumer price or personal consumption expenditures index, is typically the primary gauge that people use to determine if prices are increasing. However, a national average masks region price differences within the U.S. that can be staggering. We already showed the most expensive places to live in the U.S. based on research conducted by the U.S. Historic Boutique Hotel. Downtown Dallas, TX Hotels - The Joule Dallas. Bus Transporting Carnival Cruise Passengers Crashes Into Sewage Treatment Plant. Taras Shevchenko Poetry - Taras Shevchenko Museum - the only Shevchenko Museum in the Americas. My Friendly Epistle To the Dead, the Living, and to Those Yet Unborn, My Countrymen all Who Live in Ukraine and Outside Ukraine, If a man say, I Love God, and hate his brother, he is a liar, 1 John iv. 20 Taras ShevchenkoViunishcha, December 14, 1845 Translated by C.
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