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... and the recently opened Octane 66 classic car salesroom where I had a chat with owner David Ehresman. David is a fellow Route 66 traveller having taken the west to east route with his family a few years ago. I had a brief stop in Lexington to rest at a walkway and park created from the original road. Towanda also has a stretch of the original road it has preserved and has a geographical journey with exhibits for each state the route travels through. I walked ...
... sd cards, etc. packed so that everything will be powered for the duration of the trip.
Some future Post topics I should put out:
- Interesting Tech items we are taking along
- Packing Tips from Jenee' and how to decided what to take and what to leave behind.
- Fun with Car alarms - I spent many hours researching and installing an alarm in the van.
More to come as we start our journey ...
The Beatty Family is planning on keeping in touch through this blog to share some details of our trip out west and back.
For those of you who are new to our family Jenee' and I have 4 kids. Kaitlyn 13, Hunter 10, Ainsley 7, and Reed 2.
Jenee' has been working hard to gather ...
... AND BOTH MEN ARE ALIVE TODAY!!!!
That means that three generations of the Tyler family are spread out over 200 years!!! Are you kidding me???? Somehow this just boggles my mind. Not one, but two grandsons of a man who was President 20 years before Abraham Lincoln are alive today.
Sometimes history amazes me!!!! And that's why I love it!!!
Merry Christmas my friends and family!!!!
... have them in the museum. Lots of other cool stuff.
Rutherford B. Hayes (1822-1893) was the 19th President of the United States; the one directly after Ulysses S. Grant. He was a lawyer (Harvard educated) man who started his legal career in Cincinnati. That's where he met a well-to-do Lexington, Kentucky woman by the name of Lucy Webb. They married. When the Civil War broke out Hayes joined and eventually became a General. ...