Owner Sue gives us an update from the first few days of our 80th Birthday Bash!
Tour director Martie shares details of the fun on our Tennessee Mountain Trains tour! Join us for our next excursion!
When David Alexander III was about 7 years old, he watched a veterinarian visiting his family’s dairy farm perform surgery on a cow. “I was hooked from that day forward,” … Continue Reading Anderson driver’s son scores ABA scholarship
Jim and Pearl Reed traveled the Southwest with us and talk about their adventure!
Our guest Nancy Landfried talks about the spectacle of the Virginia International Tattoo and more!
Over the 32 years Shirley has been an Anderson tour director, she’s lost count of how many times she’s been to Lancaster, Pennsylvania. One of the oldest inland towns in … Continue Reading Shirley talks Lancaster charm
On Joan Ringer’s first trip to Washington, D.C., as a teenager, she rode there on an Anderson bus driven by O.D. Anderson himself. Decades later, three generations of Ringer women … Continue Reading Three Generations to D.C.
“We’re surrounded by humpback whales on all sides,” one of our guides from the Virginia Aquarium said over the intercom. I shivered and squinted through the light breeze that was coming off … Continue Reading Whales!
Read about our Magnolia Charm tour from the perspective of Tour Director Martie and share your experiences in the comments!
Our trip to Virginia Beach in February was amazing! There was so much to see and do, from relaxing at our oceanfront hotel to cruising the sea looking for whales!
The day began with Martie–our wonderful guide–telling her joke about the three guys who go to Heaven and ended with a jazzy dinner at Murphy’s, but somewhere in the middle … Continue Reading The Road to Virginia
Prince Books is a cozy nook on Main Street in Norfolk, Virginia. On the lazy Saturday afternoon I happened upon it, Margaret was behind the counter. She came out to greet … Continue Reading Recommendations from Norfolk, Virginia
After 7, when Gettysburg is dark except for the lights of a few convenience stores and cars heading home for the night, the streets fall into the jurisdiction of the … Continue Reading A Stroll through Gettysburg
On January 20th, I found myself a part of the crowd waiting at the perimeter of the fence that had sprung up outside the National Mall. Around me, the crowd shuffled … Continue Reading A Moment in History
For a minute or so, Times Square sounds like a horror movie or an amusement park. Then a million people–who have settled into the pavement and lived in Times Square for more than … Continue Reading The Grand Finale