Wednesday, April 29, 2015

The Wednesday Post

Tales from an American Roadtrip, part 1
Doesn't yet seem like we are on vacation but it probably will soon

Ralfroy Motel
“On the Old Oregon Trail”
2½ miles east of Boise’s Business District on Highways 30 and 20
15 Modern Courts – Some with Kitchens

Mon. Morn.

Only drove here – Boise – last evening. We plan a little longer drive today maybe. Doesn’t seem yet like we are on vacation but it probably will soon.

Caymus & Townsends

The marker is on the site of the Indian village of Piqua and the Battle of Piqua where George Rogers Clark defeated the Shawnees in 1780. The marker as well as a statue of Clark are in a memorial state park, 5 miles west of Springfield, Ohio on Rt. 369.


Once an Indian Trading Post, next to grow into Fort Hawkins, this city became known as Macon in 1823. Today Macon is important both in cultural and industrial fields. Its schools offer more than ordinary educational facilities.

Dear Peter:

Am spending my vacation with Pat and Hank. Macon is a beautiful city. How is school going?

Love, Aunt Elva

“Over the Gulf of Mexico”
Galveston, Texas

Dear Bev & Jack,

So far I’ve been having a pretty nice vacation! (Sure needed it after 7 yrs. With Gene Smith – eh, Jack?) Guess in about 3 weeks I’ll have to get down to “business.”

Hope all is well with you. Tell Jell & Drew hello for me.

Much love, Joanne & Ann

American Falls of Niagara under illumination.
Taken from Niagara Falls.


Hi, how are things with you? I’m having a blast and my cold was almost gone but I went swimming and it got worse. Hope you are having fun. Will write soon.


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