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    Oklahoma’s Frontier Drugstore Museum

    214 W. Oklahoma Ave., Guthrie, Oklahoma Step straight into the Oklahoma Territory’s earliest days at the Oklahoma Frontier Drugstore Museum,


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    Peter J. McGovern Little League Museum in Pennsylvania

    525 Rte. 15, Williamsport, Pennsylvania Opened in 1982, the museum chronicles the development of Little League baseball—from the first three-team


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    For the Beach Lover: Pennsylvania’s Presque Isle State Park

    301 Peninsula Dr., Ste. 1, Erie, Pennsylvania Seven miles of pristine beach can be enjoyed in this 3,200-acre park on


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    Fun Spot: Pymatuning Reservoir in Pennsylvania

    Accessible via US-6 or US-322, north of Jamestown, Pennsylvania Once a great swamp, the reservoir was created when the Pymatuning


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    For the History Buff: Oklahoma’s Seminole Nation Museum

    524 S. Wewoka Ave., Wewoka, Oklahoma “I fought in the Civil War and have seen men shot to pieces and


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    For the Rock Climber: Smith Rock State Park in Oregon

    9241 N.E. Crooked River Dr., Terrebonne, Oregon Smith Rock is known as one of the world’s most popular rock-climbing destinations.


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    Fun Stop: South Carolina Cotton Trail

    Stretching from Bishopville, off I-20, to Bennettsville, off I-95, South Carolina Much more than the premier crop, cotton shaped the


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    Hidden Gem: South Carolina’s Sumter County Museum

    122 N. Washington St., Sumter, South Carolina The Sumter County Museum is represented by structures dating from an 1812 one-room

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    The Audubon Society of Rhode Island’s Environmental Education Center

    1401 Hope St. (Rte. 114), Bristol, Rhode Island Surrounded by a 28-acre wildlife refuge on the scenic Narragansett Bay, the


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    Hidden Gem in Rhode Island: The Fantastic Umbrella Factory

    4820 Old Post Rd., Charlestown, Rhode Island The Fantastic Umbrella Factory is not really an umbrella factory at all. It’s


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    Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota

    Watford City, North Dakota In 1883 a young politician from New York came to the North Dakota badlands to hunt


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    For the Comedian: Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Oklahoma

    1720 W. Will Rogers Blvd., Claremore, Oklahoma “I never met a man I didn’t like” is the saying usually associated


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    Oklahoma Wildlife Preserve: Woolaroc

    On State Hwy. 123, 12 miles southwest of Bartlesville, Oklahoma This lovely 3,700-acre property in the rugged Osage hill country


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    A Must See in Ohio: Ashtabula County Covered Bridges

    Ashtabula County, Ohio On a day’s driving trip through Ashtabula, discover covered bridges in Ohio’s wine country. Located on Lake


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    Great Trails: Audubon Kimball Wildlife Refuge in Rhode Island

    180 Sanctuary Rd., Charlestown, Rhode Island The land for this 29-acre woodland sanctuary was bequeathed by William Hammond Kimball, a


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    Bagg Bonanza Historical Farm in North Dakota

    8025 169th St., Mooreton, North Dakota Today’s huge corporate farms are nothing new. Back in the 1870s, on the wheat-growing

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    Chisholm Trail Heritage Center in Oklahoma

    1000 N. Chisholm Trail Pkwy., Duncan, Oklahoma The trail through the center of the old Indian Territory, from Texas north


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    For the Foodie: Culinary Arts Museum in Rhode Island

    315 Harborside Blvd., Providence, Rhode Island The Culinary Arts Museum of Johnson & Wales University is the place for a


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    For the Gardener: Rhode Island’s Green Animals Topiary Garden

    380 Cory’s Ln., Portsmouth, Rhode Island Thomas E. Brayton, a Massachusetts manufacturer, purchased this seven-acre estate in 1877 and summered


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    Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail in Oregon

    East of Portland, between Troutdale and The Dalles, Oregon Called the king of roads, this expansive thoroughfare travels east-west through


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    Worth a Visit: Ohio’s Kelleys Island

    Take the ferry from Marblehead, Ohio It is not known how long Kelleys Island was inhabited by people of the

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    Leonard Harrison and Colton Point State Parks in Pennsylvania

    10 miles west of Wellsboro, off Rte. 660, Pennsylvania Occupying mountains on opposite sides of Pine Creek Gorge, each park


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    Worth a Visit: Pennsylvania’s Mount Pisgah State Park

    West Burlington. Watch for signs on Rte. 6., Pennsylvania The 75-acre Stephen Foster Lake, named for the Pennsylvanian who wrote


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    For the History Buff: Alamance Battleground in North Carolina

    5803 S. NC-62, Burlington, North Carolina On May 16, 1771, more than two years before the Boston Tea Party, a


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    Must-See in New Mexico: Aztec Ruins

    Ruins Rd., Aztec, Mew Mexico Early explorers and scholars mistakenly believed these ruins had been built by the Aztecs in


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    For the Scuba Diver: New Mexico’s Blue Hole

    Off Rte. 66, Santa Rosa, New Mexico The town of Santa Rosa, located on old Rte. 66, has an unexpected


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    For the Romantic: Boldt Castle in New York

    Heart Island, Alexandria Bay, New York Situated on a five-acre island in the Thousand Island region, Boldt Castle is the