Why It’s Awesome To Be Alive In 2017.

It never fails.  Every time I do my grocery shopping, I wind up walking down the aisle with all of the salad dressing and think to myself - "is this a great country or what?" Ok,...

National Civil Rights Museum

Right or wrong, the first thing that comes to mind after visiting the National Civil Rights Museum?  The place is HUGE!  I've been to more museums than I care to admit and can't remember any...

Experiencing College Basketball

If you're like me - each Spring you turn your attention to the world of men's college basketball.  "March Madness" is a tradition for many of us that don't usually follow the game during the...

Where Walt Disney Found His Magic

Inez Johnson unfurls the "we're open" flag outside the historic, refurbished train depot in rural Marceline, Missouri.  The trains still come by each day, in fact, more than 80, but its new purpose is telling...

One Big Water Fountain

It's not just a big fountain, it's the biggest water fountain in the United States. The Gateway Geyser is located in East Saint Louis - just 6 minutes across the Mississippi river from the Gateway...

A Missouri Road Trip: St. Joseph

Having lived in Missouri most of my life, I'm always tickled when I explore a new town in my home state.  Of course, I'm also embarrassed that it's taken so long for me to step...

Q&A x10 – Vacuum Cleaner Museum

If you are a regular follower of Bill On The Road, you know that I'm all too eager to pull of the highway to visit interesting or peculiar museums - even if just to say...

Q&A x10 – Greenville’s Swamp Rabbit Inn

Greenville, South Carolina is one of my favorite cities! When the opportunity came up to make a return visit, of course, I jumped at the chance! The people of Greenville are super friendly, there must...

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