LOA on the Road
Welcome to Legends Of America's Photo Blog, traveling through history since 2003.
For blog entries of our travels from 2005-2014 see our Old Blog Here.
June 21, 2021
This military fort was first established as Fort Fletcher in October of 1865. Built to protect military roads, defend construction gangs on the Union Pacific Railroad, an...Read the Full Post »
April 07, 2021
This blog covers our 588-mile journey from the Paiute Reservation in Northern Arizona all the way to our final "primary" destination, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Our fin...Read the Full Post »
March 24, 2021
This blog is dedicated to Mr. Riley. See ya on the rainbow bridge, little man. Caliente That's Nevada Highway 93 coming into Caliente. Caliente, a historic railroad...Read the Full Post »
March 16, 2021
Welcome to Nevada, Laughlin style. We spent some time in Bullhead City, AZ before crossing over into Laughlin. The town of Bullhead City is relatively new, establi...Read the Full Post »
March 06, 2021
We didn't move far from the Tombstone area before finding more great history in the Grand Canyon State. Just south of Tucson, a National Historic Landmark, San Xav...Read the Full Post »
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