This is beautiful Gem Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado.
This is looking down from above at Estes Park, Colorado with the Rocky Mountains in the background.
I enjoyed seeing some of the new displays – especially the jumpsuits – in the newly remodeled museums at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee.
I have visited Po’ Monkey’s many times and always enjoyed spending a few minutes with the man himself – Willie ‘Po’ Monkey’ Seaberry. I hadn’t been since Willie passed last year, but I was glad to find the place still standing. I hope you’re resting easy Mr. Seaberry.
I always love visiting Dockery Farms near Cleveland, Mississippi – the Birthplace of the Blues. And on a clear summer day, I love it even more.
The America is a new 185 guest cruise ship cruising the Mississippi River. I caught it docked near Gonzales, Louisiana.
Wow it’s been a crazy few weeks – working too hard with very little internet. But I’ve been in some cool and beautiful places and hope to catch up on some editing and blogging over the next few weeks.
This is Houmas House in Louisiana, an old sugar plantation now open for tours.
I am a fan of carousels. This one is in Boston Common.
Cheers from Boston, Massachusetts.
This really is such a great space in the middle of busy Boston, Massachusetts.
It was such a nice day to be in Boston and I really like the swan boats there.
I’ve always liked the Ontario Parliament building in Toronto, I’ve just never taken a photo of it before.
I really liked the colors at this little shop in Kensington Market in Toronto, Ontario.
The weather sure was nice in Toronto when I was there – cool and clear and good to catch the colors of Kensington Market.
What a fun and playful place for young and old in the heart of downtown Toronto.
This was in the yard of a house in Montour Falls, New York.
America’s first Stock Exchange – in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
What a cool old mill building in Yorklyn, Delaware.
What a cool old building in Yorklyn, Delaware. A great place to stop in for a cold one.
This is a beautiful but dilapidated building at the old Fort DuPont, now a state park, in Delaware City, Delaware. I do love some old buildings and was glad that someone was actually restoring this one.