This is the Tavern in Old Salem, North Carolina. They serve wonderful traditional Moravian food there. To find out more, you can read my whole article on it HERE.
My last post was of the exterior of Priddy’s General Store. This one is of the inside. Priddy’s is a real, honest-to-goodness old time General Store in Stokes County, North Carolina.
It is always great to be at the beach. This is a view north at the Avalon Pier in Kill Devil Hills North Carolina.
This is the beautiful Bodie Lighthouse on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. I took the photo at dusk.
This was the same day, same light as the last photo I published, but at night it was pretty cool as well. This is in Edenton, North Carolina.
I’ve actually posted a picture of this place before out in Weston, West Virginia. I think it is such a beautiful building but just the name gives me the creeps. Knowing it was still in use in 1995 makes it worse. I still haven’t been there when it was open, but I liked this picture in the snow and with clear skies.
This is the McDowell County Courthouse in Welch, West Virginia. It is most famous as the site of the assassination of pro-union Matewan Chief of Police Sid Hatfield during the Mine Wars of the 1920s. Find out the whole story on my latest podcast found HERE or by searching for American Anthology on iTunes or Stitcher.
This is the mysterious Mothman of Point Pleasant, West Virginia. He terrorized the town for 13 months in 1966-67 until the Silver Bridge collapsed and then disappeared. Or did he? Find out the whole story on my latest podcast HERE or by searching for American Anthology on iTunes or Stitcher.
This is the “Hog Trial Cabin” in Pike County, Kentucky. It was the sight of a dispute between Randolph McCoy and Floyd Hatfield during the Hatfield and McCoy Feud. You can learn more about the feud in my new podcast found HERE or available soon on iTunes and Stitcher by searching for American Anthology.
This was inside the Golden Palace near Moundsville, West Virginia. It was quite a place!
I met this little guy in Lost River State Park in West Virginia. He travels slow and lives in his home. I thought we had a lot in common.