White picket fences. Quiet, tree-lined streets. Rocking chairs on the front porch. These are the sights associated with small-town U.S.A. They're still available for you to see as you step back into a bygone era along this charming byway. Drive past wide-open fields, window-shop for antiques, dine with "locals" at the eatery on the corner, and then drift off to sleep on a four-poster bed inside a quaint country inn.