June 2, 2017 is National Donut Day!   Free donuts are everywhere! Who can compete with FREE DONUTS? Not us,  so here is a sample of the donuts we found on our train trips!

Ordering a donut and a coffee today? Why not download a FREE TRAIN TRAVEL BOOK and enjoy two treats at once!

 In New England, perhaps a stop at Dunkin Donuts is on your list!  Free Donut details here!

photo courtesy of Dunkin Donuts


We had the pleasure of visiting Charlottesville, VA and consuming the most incredible cheeseburger donut from the Donut Connection!


For our West Coast Friends how about a stop at Twisted and Glazed in Paso Robles, CA?  So good! Thanks to our Twisted and Glazed Friends for sharing this interesting piece of donut history!   Did you know donuts were served by the Salvation  Army during  the war? Read more on their Facebook page!

photo courtesy of twisted and glazed facebook post


Two of the three donut shops listed in this post we would never have known about if not for cross-country adventures. Beyond the Rails, USA Cross- Country Train Travel, find out why we think train travel is Raildiggity!   Download your free copy June 1-3, 2017 and get started planning your trip of a lifetime!




About LB Living Better

Lisa Bates has a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology, Certification to teach Behavioral Sciences and a degree in Business Administration. From school administrator and non-profit executive, to teacher, coach, counselor and mom, Lisa has extensive experience, knowledge and training working with children from toddlers to teenagers. Currently, Lisa owns and operates LB Living Better an organizational and educational services business. Lisa has just released her first book, Barbies in the Horse Bin, Living Better with Organized Children and she is a seasoned, energizing, humorous, workshop presenter with extensive experience. As a mother of three teenagers including twin boys, Lisa maintains her sanity by writing, travelling and playing with her dogs. Read more about Lisa Bates at or contact her at

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