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The products are Americana, the convenience is contemporary, but the ambiance is American shopping as it was in a time before mega malls. It all can be found at the Village Shops our Main Street Business District of Americana goods and services. More
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to friends and fellow travelers. We call Hidden America 'a site dedicated to On The Road Americana'. We like to think of ourselves as an off-the-beaten path turn on the information highway. We have alot of informative entertaining and just plain fun stuff ranging from our monthly newsletter and trivia to reading lists, the unique Village Shops, and hundreds of links. All of it is based on those gems of Americana that lie off the beaten path and beyond the interstate.
On the page below we suggest some timely highlights from our site to consider. If you would like a complete description of all the sections to be found on this site, visit the Site Guide Junction.
Thanks for dropping by and enjoy your stay. We hope you'll come back often as we update the site frequently. In the meantime, we hope you'll share with us your thoughts and suggestions for and about the site.
Happy Surfing and Happy Motoring!
The journey into the Hidden America is only partially to be found on the road....more
MAY, 2012 - WHEN LAST UPDATED - We wanted to share with you some of the best of our old site (1995-2013). For an updated and up-to-date landing place, go to our landing blog, http://www.ericmodelsblog.com
Summary: A crab on the Jersey Shore that is treated like a groundhog.... a "classic" Rhode Island breakfast..... the tradition of the National Spelling Bee, and in praise of edible dandelions. ....Also some American Words, and American Places....and more at On the Road Corner.
See you next month.
Tentatively, we have entered the 21st century. For periodic updates, news, notes,and what we describe as "Journeys into the offbeat, off the beaten path, the overlooked and forgotten", check it out at: www ericontheroad.com
Unedited, spontaneous long-form telephone journeys into the offbeat, off the beaten path, overlooked and forgotten. There's a focus on "On the Road" Americana & Canadiana, but there's more too. You an find it at: www.conversationsontheroad.com
to America than you ever imagined. See it in our unique links section with connections to literally hundreds of interesting and informative sites ranging from tourist boards to the truly offbeat.
Do you think the questions on 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire' are too easy?
Well, test yourself with Hidden America trivia compiled by various sources ranging from states to historians. Find it in Hidden America Links.
A way for communities to tastefully preserve their heritage and gems of Americana while stimulating economic development through heritage tourism. Find out more.
our neck of the woods, where you can get our take on the 'On The Road' experience. This is where you will find up to date highlights, event calendars, and a magazine like Newsletter On The Road which tells the story behind the listing - with recipes, history, nostalgia, book reviews, and More.
All about this site, where you can find section by section descriptions.
You can address us in one of three places:
at Backroads Forum. Add your Hidden America favorites i.e. Food, B&B's , festivals, etc. A special feature is 'In My Hometown' where you can be a tour guide, pointing out your community's gems of Americana.