Our museum visit began with bells and whistles. We had noticed construction at the library next door to the museum, so when we heard fire alarms and sirens we supposed workmen had set off the alarm by mistake.
Harney County, Oregon, is land locked. We had no idea that there we’d find relics from a ship connected with the Panama Canal story!
Humboldt Museum, Pioneer Park, and the Veteran’s Memorial are our best stops, not the casinos, although we’ve eaten, slept, gassed up the car, and even gamed a bit as we go through.
Horses, used before motorized equipment came in, were provided with hard leather hats and did not work double shifts. A coal miner, who could work double shifts, was required to return his horse to the barn and get a rested one for his second shift.
How do you celebrate the 100th birthday of a 1908 Buick roadster? If you are Marl Brown, you drive it on a 1200-mile round trip
Beavers have a split hind toenail
The Central Washington Museum in Tonopah, Nevada—besides other interesting items—has a case with an ambulance-shaped donation box from 1917. That year, the Tonopah Ambulance Regiment was organized…