Here is a nice start to our New Year with Essential History Expeditions ! Notre Dame Magazine just published a short article on our company in today’s Winter issue. It is called “Adventures in History” and is in the “Short Stories” section on page 68. Adventures in history Forget taking it easy. When Brian DeToy … Continue reading Essential History Expeditions Featured in Notre Dame Magazine
Check out this great article about Brian in the West Point Magazine Summer 2012 edition! http://www.pageturnpro.com/West-Point-Association-of-Graduates/41188-West-Point-Magazine-Summer-2012/index.html#14
In February 2014, Brian and I took a journey through the South to discover the emergence of the Civil Rights era 50 years ago in the United States. Following is an article we wrote regarding that memorable trip. Mississippi 50 Years On – A Journey Through The Soul of the South Nineteen sixty-four was a … Continue reading Mississippi 50 Years On – A Journey Through The Soul of the South
Greetings History Travel Enthusiasts! August 21, 2014 Greetings, fellow History Travel enthusiasts! Welcome to our website and, more importantly, welcome to the adventure that is Essential History Expeditions! This blog-site will incorporate many different themes over time and we hope you come back to it for ideas, inspiration and smiles. Some of the ideas we … Continue reading Greetings History Travel Enthusiasts!
I felt the best way for me to convey the food prepared and served for everyone in France was to type out with notes. I don’t feel that simply providing ingredients and amounts is very personal. I learned a lot from this trip and the recipes weren’t ideal in some cases. For many of you … Continue reading From Chef Rick …
“Won Over By The Battlefield” — A Travelogue In last week’s New York Times, there was a very nice article in the Travel section that we think will speak to our Expedition guests. Especially, to those of you who have youngsters who would like to come along. I have led hundreds of battlefield visits over … Continue reading “Won Over by the Battlefield” — A Travelogue