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Christopher's American Adventure 2011 By Noel & Katie Bailey
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A thirty-one year old Australian man reunites with his father and half-brother in the mid-western United States. Whilst there, he is introduced to sights and localities that might appear on many... More > people's "bucket-list."< Less
Where to Motorcycle In & Around South Dakota's Black Hills By Scott Stoltenberg
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This book describes seven motorcycle trips in and around South Dakota's Black Hills.
Wild West Creations By Tricia Baron
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2010 Natures Creations Collection (West West Winters) Included are great facts about the Wild Wild West !! Pick up your copy today !! Support your disabled workers !!
South Dakota,The Badlands to the Black hills By Ken Cox
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A collection of photographs from a recent Vacation to South Dakota
Journey West: Impressions of the Old West from the Old World By Chris Glennie
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A collection of 5 short essays that track the reflections of an Old World traveller into the American West. Specifically covers Mount Rushmore, the Crazy Horse Memorial, Wounded Knee, The battle of... More > the Little Bighorn and cowboy life.< Less
They Said It Couldn't Be Done By Ross R. Olney
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Although some of them have been surpassed, these were the first great construction marvels. Other engineers, experts, people from every walk of life, said these projects would be impossible, doomed... More > to failure. The planned Empire State Building would simply sink into the ground. The great Hoover Dam would crack and drown millions of people, the Gateway Arch would never stand up, the Holland Tunnel would almost certainly flood and drown thousands, the roof of the Astrodome would collapse, and on and on. The builders who created these mighty memorials were certain their projects would stand for generations, for centuries. These are the stories of the brave, brilliant men who created these construction miracles. They are all still standing, still serving man. Into the distant future it is very likely that people will marvel at the great faces on Mount Rushmore, and wonder how such a backward society could create such a memorial even if they don't know who these faces are.< Less
Another Road in Another Time: a Model A Road Trip in 1929 By G. Eugene Russell
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The adventures and everyday life of an Iowa family driving their new Ford Model A west to California during the first months of the Great Depression. Traveling nearly 10,000 miles in 1929 and '30,... More > mostly on dirt roads, through 12 different states, their journey lasted seven and a half months. Recounted from a daily diary and photographs they took along the way, this volume is a significant historical record of the early days of automobile road trips. Includes 113 photographs.< Less
Another Road in Another Time: a Model A Road Trip in 1929 By G. Eugene Russell
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The adventures and everyday life of an Iowa family driving their new Ford Model A west to California during the first months of the Great Depression. Traveling nearly 10,000 miles in 1929 and '30,... More > mostly on dirt roads, through 12 different states, their journey lasted seven and a half months. Recounted from a daily diary and photographs they took along the way, this volume is a significant historical record of the early days of automobile road trips. Includes 113 photographs.< Less
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Trip By Kevin James Shay
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It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Trip: On the Road of the Longest Two-Week Family Road Trip in History chronicles the adventures of a single Dad taking his two kids on a 6,950-mile odyssey across the... More > USA and back during his two-week vacation in 2013. They set a record for the longest family road trip in a roughly two-week span, certified by RecordSetter, the Wikipedia generation’s version of Guinness World Records. And they did it in their trusty 2001 Honda CRV that began with more than 165,000 miles. They tried to locate some Hollywood celebrities, rode roller coasters and water slides, swam in the Pacific Ocean, met some aliens at a UFO center in Sedona, sat on a ledge on top of the country's tallest building in Chicago, spray painted Cadillac Ranch, dodged mule poop at the Grand Canyon, and bought a pressed coin near Old Faithful. Their book also lends tips, websites and other info on attractions, fun facts, and more resources, to help you with your own Great American Adventure.< Less
They Said It Couldn't Be Done By Ross R. Olney
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Bridges hanging on wires? Tunnels under rivers? Raceways two miles long? A football field that has a roof? A dam that holds back a raging river, and provides power? These and more were thought to be... More > impossible, but they were built by some of the very few construction genius builders born every generation who refuse to believe in "impossible" projects, and go ahead and build them. In this book are the first, when today's construction science was not available and when most people felt such massive projects couldn't be done. They were done. Man has landed on the moon, but this was the first time. And they built a great arch. And they carved a mountain top. And more.< Less