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Kansas Begins in Goodland

Goodland, Kansas, is home to sunflowers, wheat, and friendly faces. A city of 4,500 residents in northwestern Kansas, Goodland is located on I-70. Canadian artist Cameron Cross decided an enlarged hand-painted reproduction of Vincent Van Gogh’s “Three Sunflowers in a Vase” would make an appropriate landmark for Goodland. Goodland was chosen as a site due to its close…
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Made in the Shade in St. Paul, IN

A small community of approximately 1,000 residents, St. Paul is located off I-74 mid-way between Shelbyville and Greenburg and 42 miles southeast of Indianapolis. St. Paul had its start in the year 1853 by the building of the railroad through that territory. It was named for Jonathan Paul, a pioneer settler. Planning a visit? Stay at Hidden…
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Kansas Begins in Goodland

Goodland, Kansas, is home to sunflowers, wheat, and friendly faces. A city of 4,500 residents in northwestern Kansas, Goodland is located on I-70. Canadian artist Cameron Cross decided an enlarged hand-painted reproduction of Vincent Van Gogh’s “Three Sunflowers in a Vase” would make an appropriate landmark for Goodland. Goodland was chosen as a site due to its close…
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Made in the Shade in St. Paul, IN

A small community of approximately 1,000 residents, St. Paul is located off I-74 mid-way between Shelbyville and Greenburg and 42 miles southeast of Indianapolis. St. Paul had its start in the year 1853 by the building of the railroad through that territory. It was named for Jonathan Paul, a pioneer settler. Planning a visit? Stay at Hidden…
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Step Back in Time in Abingdon, MD

Abingdon is a small unincorporated village in Harford County, 25 miles northeast of Baltimore. Lovers of historic architecture will enjoy touring centuries-old structures that have been lovingly preserved. Planning a visit? Stay at Bar Harbor RV Park & Marina. Designed in 1823, Woodside is an excellent example of the Federal style hall, double parlor house…
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