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Early Texas Hotels and Inns - Round Top, Texas

Its Sunday afternoon and I am heading towards Conroe Texas from San Antonio. I usually take different routes and today I decided to pass through Round Top. 352 more words

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The Giesel House - Navasota, Texas

This Historical Marker is located at 113 Railroad Street in Navasota right by the Rail Road tracks. I just love the looks of these old buildings. 250 more words

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1892 Residence/ThursdayDoors

This Thursday Door is not currently on any historical registry, but listed on a ‘Walking Tour’ guide of Lawrence, Kansas. This is the home of Joseph McConnell, built in 1892. 93 more words

State of Mind "HISTERICAL" Committee - ONLY IN TEXAS!

I noticed this house because there is a crack running right through the front of it. I am usually pretty good at finding Historical Markers in the middle of no where, so when I saw a plaque on this home I stopped of course. 115 more words

Historical Markers

the old north

One of the more historically interesting neighbourhoods in Davis is the Bowers Addition, better known as Old North Davis. It’s an area I have to walk home through in the evenings if I have been downtown, when it is dark, subject to the local ordinances that are meant to cut down on ‘light-pollution’ – people want to see the stars, but I’m the sort of person who wants to see the guy hiding in the shadows with the knife, personally.  970 more words


My own artwork

As some may remember,

I enjoy pen and ink style drawing.

I used to dip a pen with a nib into

a pot of permanent black India ink. 174 more words


A Grand Entrance...

What a beautiful home! Wish it were mine! This was Edith Wharton’s home in the Berkshires. Walking up to it, you feel like you are traveling back in time. 24 more words