We like to take field trips when doing our research. Here are some of our favorite stops.
Wild and Wonderful
In October, #13 took a road trip to visit some podcast-related sites in West Virginia.
Back in July, #42 sent us a some cool photos of the jackalope's wild and weird Bavarian cousin, the wolpertinger.
Shenandoah Airship Disaster Monument
On the way home from Road Trip 2022, #7 and #13 took a detour to visit the monument to the USS Shenandoah disaster in Ava, OH.
Governor Printz Park
On a cold early March morning, #13 and #23 took a field trip to the former site of Fort Gothenberg, which is now a public park.
Pennies from Heaven
In honor of our latest episode, #7 has graciously decided to share some photos of the best pressed pennies in her collection!
Old Economy Village
We showed you a cemetery and some rocks at the Harmony Society's first home. So how about a few photos of their final home at Old Economy Village?
A visit to Rapp's Seat, the throne from which George Rapp used to supervise the activity of the Harmony Society commune in Harmony, PA.
I thought you might like to see some pictures of the Harmonist Cemetery which inspired our most recent episode.
Continuing our tour of Gridley-related sites, how about some photos from our recent trip to visit his grave in Lakeside Cemetery, Erie, PA?
To preserve the memory of Charles Vernon Gridley the people of Erie, PA erected an enormous shaft. Hey, their words, not ours.