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Recent articles by Dennis:

Old monasteries and churches await in Southwest Germany

A recent road trip across Baden-Württemberg, a state in Southwest Germany, took me to old monasteries and churches. → Read More

Postcard from Luxembourg

It is hard not to describe Luxembourg as reminiscent of the backdrop of a cheesy Hallmark or Lifetime movie — you know, commoner girl marries heir to the throne — set in some fictional European realm. → Read More

3 places to go this fall

The days may be shorter and the mornings a little crisper, but fall is one of the best times to get out and visit the places you might otherwise avoid during the hustle and bustle of summer. → Read More

Mayflower 400 year ends with Thanksgiving legacy

October is the quadricentennial of the 1621 thanksgiving held by the Pilgrims, most of whom dissented from the Anglican state church at a time of political and religious tumult. → Read More

Iconic San Francisco cathedral requiring vaccine passports

San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral is in the news after announcing all visitors must be vaccinated. → Read More

Postcard from Colorado’s Grand County

Grand County may upon first impression feel like any other place in Colorado’s High Country. Yet, there is something that sets it apart from some of the better-known destinations. → Read More

3 old churches to visit now that Britain is open again

The pandemic never officially closed the United Kingdom, but mandatory quarantines and periodic testing for nonessential travelers kept most Americans from visiting. If you're planning a trip across the pond, here are three old churches to visit. → Read More

Rust Belt revival in Erie

The continued uncertainty of traveling internationally this summer gave me the excuse I needed to visit a place that sits on the same Rust Belt arc as Detroit in my home state of Michigan. Sandwiched along Lake Erie between Ohio and New York, the city offers a surprising number of things to do and see. → Read More

3 places to go before summer ends

It is hard to believe but summer is rapidly drawing to a close. Now is the time to get out and go somewhere. You might, however, be surprised by the crowds. That’s because pent-up demand and effective vaccines have fully recovered domestic travel to pre-pandemic levels. → Read More

Postcard from an old Russian colonial outpost

While Russia primarily treated Alaska as a commercial enterprise, the state church had a greater impact by propagating the faith once delivered to the Tlingits. → Read More

In Pennsylvania, forgotten forts and George Washington

Tucked away in southwestern Pennsylvania are two forts from an almost entirely forgotten war. About 90 minutes by car from Pittsburgh and near the Pennsylvania border with West Virginia and Maryland in the picturesque Laurel Highlands are the reconstructed earthworks and makeshift circular palisade at Fort Necessity National Battlefield. → Read More

Visiting Alaska as travel returns to normalcy

Not only is Alaska open for tourism, but the state’s geographic vastness means social distancing was a thing well before coronavirus. It is no wonder, then, that airlines, including Alaska Airways and rival Delta Air Lines, have ramped up service as demand nears pre-pandemic levels. → Read More

Spires, mines and Old West legends in Nevada’s oldest towns

There is more to Nevada than Las Vegas. My visit to the Silver State started after flying into Reno. After picking up a rental car I embarked upon a three-day road trip across Reno-Tahoe to discover Nevada’s oldest towns. → Read More

In Louisville, historic churches overlooked

Most visitors to Louisville, Kentucky, don’t come to see historic churches. Admittedly, the big draws are the Kentucky Derby and pretty much everything bourbon. But beyond horses and distilled spirits are more than a half-dozen churches from the late 1800s and early 1900s. Many are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. → Read More

In St. Louis, old churches rival Europe’s great cathedrals

Forget going to Europe this summer to see old churches. Instead, stay much closer to home with a trip to St. Louis. → Read More

Postcard from Lewis and Clark’s Fort Clatsop

Almost to the day I stood near where the American explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark first glimpsed the Pacific Ocean in November 1805. → Read More

Questions remain centuries after disappearance of England’s first colony on Roanoke

The site of the first English colony in America sits largely overshadowed by the famed beaches on the barrier islands that form North Carolina’s Outer Banks. → Read More

Endless charm and all things equestrian in Aiken

This smallish city in South Carolina is right out of central casting. No wonder Aiken received the National Civic League’s All-America City award back in 1997. Twenty-four years later, the cityscape is still a postcard-perfect scene. → Read More

Postcard from the Grand Canyon’s overlooked gateway

Grand Canyon National Park is one of those bucket list destinations that seldom disappoints. After all, it is all about the sheer beauty of the landscape. This natural wonder, a testament to the design of God the Creator, with its varying colors and deep gorges carved through layers of rock is truly magnificent. → Read More

A big, small town

There is more to Columbia, Missouri, than college students. → Read More