The Western Reserve – Connecticut’s Ohioan Outpost

Let’s play a game! I’m thinking of a state. This state is bordered by water on one side. It has towns named New Haven, New London, Greenwich, and Norwalk. Many of this state’s towns are built in the colonial style, […]

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Here Comes Santa Claus – A Christmas Special

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! In only a few short days, hundreds of millions of Americans will be leaving cookies out for Santa, unwrapping presents, and drinking unbelievable amounts of eggnog. Christmas is a time for family, […]

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Spanish Counties of Iowa

When I think of a classic Midwestern state, Iowa is always the first thing that pops into my mind. The Hawkeye State is well known for its endless stretches of flat farmland and its place within the breadbasket of America. […]

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Misfits in the Landscape

We often associate certain areas of America with specific types of landscapes. Thinking of Colorado conjures up images of soaring mountains, Louisiana is synonymous with swamplands, and Arizona brings to mind endless stretches of cactus-spotted desert. I know that in […]

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