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Stagecoach Travel During the Regency

It was the late 1700s before the roads were in good enough shape to support coach travel. People until that time were of the nature to ride a horse or walk. Goods were placed upon pack horses. The roads were … Continue reading

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The Red House Carriage Museum in Derbyshire

Recently, Sophia Turner did this wonderful post on Austen Authors regarding the Red House Carriage Museum¬†she discovered on one of her journeys to England. I have asked her to share it with you.¬† The wonderful Red House Carriage Museum is … Continue reading

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Do You Remember When? Traveling Was a MOOving Experience

As an author, I am often on the road and staying at motels/hotels. My friend Kim crisscrosses America at least once per week and often bemoans the desire to sleep in her own bed. Even so, both Kim and I … Continue reading

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