Friday, July 9, 2010

The Maigles Summer Tour 2010

Alright People, here it is! We have created a tentative schedule for your perusal. The dates and locations are flexible, and you can "request a visit" by email us at We are doing our best to see everyone and everything we can before settling in Denver in October. We've been on the road for a few days now, and if they are any indication, this is going to be a killer trip!!

Concord, New Hampshire July 3-5, 2010

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania July 5-7, 2010

Bath, Pennsylvania July 8, 2010

New York and Long Island, New York July 9-11, 2010

Washington, D.C July 12-14, 2010

Harrisonburg, Virginia July 15, 2010

Out and About, West Virginia July 16-17, 2010

Mammoth Cave, Kentucky July 17-19, 2010

Out and About, Illinois July 19-21, 2010

Cedarburg, Wisconsin July 22-25, 2010

Out and About, South Dakota July 26. 2010

Mt Rushmore, South Dakota July 27, 2010

Out and About, North Dakota July 28-29, 2010

Out and About, Montana July 30-31, 2010

Banff National Park, Alberta August 1-4, 2010

Vancouver, British Columbia August 5-7, 2010

Seattle, Washington August 8-9, 2010

Portland, Oregon August 10-14, 2010

Eugene, Oregon August 15-16, 2010

Redwoods and coastal fun, California August 17-21, 2010

Foresthill, California August 22-25, 2010

Yosemite National Park, California August 26-29, 2010

Death Valley National Park, California August 30-31, 2010 (holy hot!)

Las Vegas, Nevada September 1-2, 2010

Tucson, Arizona September 3-4, 2010

Flagstaff, Arizona September 4-7, 2010

Out and About, Utah September 8-11, 2010

Denver, Colorado Septmeber 11-21, 2010

Concord, New Hampshire September 21-25

Bogota, Colombia September 25-October 4

Boston, Massachusetts October 4-12 (and Concord too!)

Denver, Colorado! Forever more...

1 comment:

  1. I was born in Lock Haven, PA 66 years ago, and my father was born there before me. When I was 4 years old 50) we bought an old farm on the Susquehanna River, and we drove to Jersey Shore in his truck to get an old, heavy oak pedestal table that my dad then refurbished. My clearest memory is not of the loading of the table but of the musty, dark, half-open shed where it had been stored. In that shed I saw an old dilapidated conestoga wagon. That was my first conscious encounter with historical reality, and many years later (after having moved to Florida) I became a history teacher. I think that experience made a real impact on the direction my life took. Our family spent the most memorable and most ordinary times together around that table. My daughter is now having the table shipped out to Grand Junction, CO where she lives. Out of interest I googled "conestoga wagon Jersey Shore" and I got "Covered Wagon Wanderlust."