Monday, February 16, 2015

10 Best Dynamite Day Trips

Find unexpected travel treasures in many small cities near major urban cities by Lisa Waterman Gray.

This was the article that I talked about yesterday.  I could copy the picture but not the article.  If you want to see the full article go to my facebook page.
I am surprised that out little town made this list as most of the other places are much bigger.

1.   Ann Arbor, Mich.
2.   Columbia, Mo.
3.    Fredericksburg, Texas
5.    Lake Charles, La.
6.    Las Cruces, N.M.
7.    Lawrence, Kansas
8.    Madison, Wisconsin
9.    Mason City, Iowa
10.  Moss Landing, California

Do any of you live near any of these cities.  If, so please tell us about your city.
Well, Hubby arrived home from work in the freezing cold and snowy weather, so I will get dinner on.
Stay warm and safe.


Julia said...

Hi Debby, how fortunate you are to live in such a special city.
I'm not on Facebook anymore but I looked it up on the web.

Have a sweet day.

Elizabeth said...

Thanks for the compliment on my blog! I like your hair also! I cannot imagine 7 degrees! We think we are freezing when we get in the 20's here in Florida!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love reading these articles. What a beautiful downtown. Hendersonville NC makes those lists has a nice downtown, too. Stay warm my friend! Hugs!

Marissa said...

Hi Deb~
What a great list of cities... I live way, way south ... LIKe Mexico south...all the way in the Rio Grande Valley.
One day I would love to travel and go north to see some of these lovely cities.

Edna B said...

This looks like quite an interesting list. I've never been to any of these cities and towns.

I love the photo of the deer. I used to see them all the time when I was working, and now I miss them. Not enough to go back to work though! haha.

We're leaving soon for Pogo's appointment at the beauty salon. Got to get him all spiffied up for our trip to Florida.

You stay warm, and have a super day. Hugs, Edna B.

Mereknits said...

I love Lawrence Kansas, it has the best ever yarn store, The Yarn Barn. Also am a bit in love with Ann Arbor.

Poppy said...

I have hears such wonderful things about Granville, Ohio! My cousin doesn't live far from there, and has invited us many times to visit; next time I'm home, I just might!

Happy Wednesday, Debby!


Arlene @Nanaland said...

I love that pretty photo and i sure wish I was strolling down that street It is so cold here. I am very tired of winter and looking forward to some trips this spring and summer.

Jen Kershner said...

I love lists like that. A couple of those are on my list of places I'd love to go!

Anonymous said...

I don't live in any of those cities but I have been to Lake Charles, La. and I must have missed all of the fun stuff, lol.