On a long road trip, Tony is shocked to witness the deep poverty in 1960s Kentucky.
Today in 1965 America, Tony witnesses Civil Rights history being made (and gripes about the food).
Here are Tony and Jackie celebrating Tony's 80th birthday with a trip to the Arctic Circle, seeing the Northern Lights at Alta, the northernmost inhabited point in Norway. (And looking somewhat Victorian due to the long photo exposure!) A very, very happy big birthday, Tony! < Previous letter | Next letter > Join us at http://www.facebook.com/Tones1960stravels … Continue reading 53 years later, still adventuring! – Alta, Norway
More Washington exploration, driving 1,000 miles west, hygeine shocks, a very unique drive-in and Amish traditions.
Today in 1965 Washington DC, Tony visits JFK's grave, sees a sobering maritime memorial... and a first for the White House.
Today in 1965, Tony explores the sights in Washington DC, witnesses America's civil rights movement, and muses on America's race relations.
Tony sees first-hand the chaos and high costs of a newborn in America - and faces changes to their ongoing travel plans.