Leading Preservation Group Invites Public to Get Its Kicks on Route 66 with Campaign to Secure Federal Historic Designation Iconic highway named a ‘National Treasure’ WASHINGTON (July 2, 2018) – Today, the National Trust for … Continue reading Two Lanes by Mike Wolfe Supports The National Trust for Historic Preservation to get Route 66 protected as a National Historic Trail.
On June 30, 2018, Antique Archaeology hosted their 2nd ever Kid Picker Flea Market in downtown LeClaire, Iowa where the roles were flipped and the kids were the vendors and the adults were the customers. A … Continue reading KID PICKER FLEA MARKET 2018 WRAP UP
Follow the Two Lane road south out of Providence, Rhode Island for a half-hour until the traffic dividing line changes from standard yellow to red, white, and blue. You’re now en route to what’s considered the “Most … Continue reading Bristol, Rhode Island: Home of The Oldest Fourth of July Parade In America
After a year and a half of collaborating with contractors and architects on the restoration of an 1898 building that many people said would just end up as a big pile of bricks, Mike is proud … Continue reading Take A Look Inside Mike’s Latest Preservation Project
“A nod to the past and an eye to the future…” Welcome to The National Exchange Hotel in Nevada City, California. You’ve just checked into one of the oldest hotels in America. If the … Continue reading Restoring One of The Oldest Hotels in America
The Two Lanes are calling! There are 4,092,730 miles of public road in America and 93 days of summer. We’re gonna show you how to make the most of all of them without the hassle … Continue reading Put These 5 Adventures on Your Summer Bucket List
Across America, little handmade libraries are connecting neighbors and renewing their interest in books. While walking the dog or picking up your kids’ at school, or perhaps on your Two Lane travels out of town, have you, by … Continue reading Being Neighborly: Book it to a Little Free Library
Paul d’Orléans and Susan McLaughlin travel on Two Lanes, using a Sprinter van as a mobile darkroom, as they capture wet plate-style photos of motorcycles and their owners. Wet plate photography is an art that’s as old as the state … Continue reading MOTOTINTYPE: DOCUMENTING BIKER CULTURE IN AMERICA