4397 messages in 119 discussions
Latest 3:29 AM by KNIMtheTOAD
Latest Jun-25 by MinnieSoliz
Latest 3:02 PM by alliebdive
Latest 12:33 AM by Jenny MC (cbtx) (cbtx1)
Latest Jun-25 by MinnieSoliz
Latest Jun-21 by mdpetdoc
11160 messages in 789 discussions
Latest 2:24 PM by ShaSha (Myhashen)
Latest Jun-27 by Robert (amf368)
Latest Jun-26 by GaviTn
Latest Jun-25 by NoShoeLaces
Latest Jun-12 by Wendulka
Latest Apr-20 by Linda62 (Kingo62)
Latest Jun-27 by misstracy22
Latest Jun-24 by Moonki
Latest Jun-23 by Lisadengel
Latest Jun-21 by Trixie Belle (AnnaDownes01)
Latest Jun-11 by missihMC
Latest Jun-8 by pclark200
Latest Jun-8 by judeplayer
Latest Jun-7 by Lisadengel
Latest Jun-7 by Phantommom (CampingMom16)
Latest Jun-6 by misstracy22
929 messages in 95 discussions
Latest 9:48 AM by Lisadengel
Latest 8:51 AM by Lisadengel
7046 messages in 623 discussions
Latest Jan-22 by Riddler (Riddler01)
Latest 10/14/21 by Kidmagnet
Latest Jun-27 by Katijay (Katijay46)
Latest Jun-22 by lilredhood51
Latest Jun-7 by Kidmagnet
3644 messages in 82 discussions
Latest Jun-2 by LvlSlgr
4044 messages in 241 discussions
Latest 3/19/19 by Jenifer (Zarknorph)
Latest Jun-22 by Tammy27 (DoubleMsMom)
Latest Jun-11 by AEGram
Latest Jun-6 by a1168892
73165 messages in 20 discussions
Latest 1:15 PM by Energyworker
Latest 1:13 PM by Energyworker
Latest 1:48 AM by PTG (anotherPTG)
8224 messages in 903 discussions
Latest 1:55 PM by Maur391000
Latest 11:50 AM by PTG (anotherPTG)
Latest Jun-21 by Tammy27 (DoubleMsMom)
Latest Jun-18 by datsalotta
Latest Jun-18 by Jenny MC (cbtx) (cbtx1)
Latest Jun-11 by anglegirl70
Latest Jun-1 by Trixie Belle (AnnaDownes01)
Latest Jun-1 by jbbp
1045 messages in 19 discussions
Latest May-24 by Moonki
Latest 5/19/19 by chilpep
Latest 10/27/18 by katiek2
291 messages in 8 discussions
Latest Mar-19 by TinyFaerie
3981 messages in 90 discussions
Latest 11/19/19 by Jenifer (Zarknorph)
3450 messages in 122 discussions
20524 messages in 1311 discussions
6039 messages in 23 discussions
1875 messages in 108 discussionsMore
Antelope Canyon in Arizona (is a slot canyon in the American Southwest, on Navajo land east of Lechee, Arizona. It includes five separate, scenic slot canyon sections on the Navajo Reservation, referred to as Upper Antelope Canyon (or The Crack), Rattle Snake Canyon, Owl Canyon, Mountain Sheep Canyon and Lower Antelope Canyon (or The Corkscrew). It is the primary attraction of Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park, along with a hiking trail to Rainbow Bridge National Monument. The Navajo name for Upper Antelope Canyon is Tsé bighánílíní, which means 'the place where water runs through the (Slot Canyon) rocks'. Lower Antelope Canyon is Hazdistazí (called "Hasdestwazi" by the Navajo Parks and Recreation Department), or 'spiral rock arches'. Both are in the LeChee Chapter of the Navajo Nation. They are accessible by Navajo guided tour only. Antelope Canyon was formed by the erosion of Navajo Sandstone due to flash flooding and other sub-aerial processes. Rainwater, especially during monsoon season, runs into the extensive basin above the slot canyon sections, picking up speed and sand as it rushes into the narrow passageways. Over time the passageways eroded away, deepening the corridors and smoothing hard edges to form characteristic "flowing" shapes)
Antelope Canyon Arizona|History & Facts|Amazing World.Antelope Canyon is the famous slot Canyon in Arizona. With the Antelope Canyon horse shoe bend and all,...
Off to work............................
The Blue Lagoon is a geothermal spa in southwestern Iceland. The spa is located in a lava field near Grindavík and in front of Mount Þorbjörn on Reykjanes Peninsula, in a location favourable for geothermal power, and is supplied by water used in the nearby Svartsengi geothermal power station. The Blue Lagoon is approximately 20 km (12 mi) from Keflavík International Airport, and is one of the most visited attractions in Iceland.
City Hall Subway Station in New York (also known as City Hall Loop, was a terminal station on the IRT Lexington Avenue Line of the New York City Subway. It was under City Hall Park next to New York City Hall in Civic Center, Manhattan. The City Hall station was constructed for the Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT) as the southern terminal of the city's first subway line, which was approved in 1900. Construction of the segment of the line that includes the City Hall station started on September 12 of the same year. The station opened on October 27, 1904, as one of the original 28 stations of the New York City Subway. As ridership grew, it was deemed infeasible to lengthen the original 257-foot (78 m) platform to accommodate ten-car trains. The station was closed on December 31, 1945, because of its proximity to the Brooklyn Bridge station. The City Hall station, with its single track and curved side platform, was the showpiece of the original IRT subway. The single platform and mezzanine feature Guastavino tile, skylights, colored glass tilework, and brass chandeliers. The Rafael Guastavino-designed station is unique in the system for the usage of Romanesque Revival architecture. The tunnel passing through the City Hall station is still used as a turning loop for the 6 and <6>? trains. The station is a New York City designated landmark and listed on the National Register of Historic Places)
From the 1900s before its completion...................
Please follow me on social media Facebook:- https://www.facebook.com/TravelandTrainsAdventureTwitter:- https://twitter.com/JudithSchooling Instagram: - https...
Calling it a night......................
If there is one thing Dresden is particularly famous for, it is the magnificent architecture. Although known primarily for its Baroque buildings, the city has several other architectural styles present too, such as Renaissance, Historicism, Modernism and Post-modernism
Emerald Ca(o)ve in Arizona (is a small cove tucked away near a relatively secluded stretch of the Colorado River that features sparkling water with a brilliant green hue that truly lives up to its name. One of the primary reasons that Emerald Cove is still relatively obscure is that it can only be reached by canoe, kayak, or boat. Most travelers choose to travel via canoe or kayak, as Emerald Cove is relatively small. The journey to Emerald Cove includes paddling through a quiet, picturesque red rock canyon)
You can only access these shamrock green, Jello-looking waves by boat!
Fort Boonesborough in Kentucky - was a frontier fort in Kentucky, founded by Daniel Boone and his men following their crossing of the Kentucky River on April 1, 1775. The settlement they founded, known as Boonesborough, Kentucky, is Kentucky's second oldest European-American settlement. It served as a major frontier outpost during the American Revolutionary War, and survived into the early 19th century before its eventual abandonment. A National Historic Landmark now administered as part of Fort Boonesborough State Park, the site is one of the best-preserved archaeological sites of early westward expansion by British colonists in that period. Fort Boonesborough State Park is located southeast of Lexington, Kentucky, on the west bank of the Kentucky River in rural Madison County. has a recreation of Fort Boonesborough rebuilt as a working fort, containing cabins, bunkhouses and furnishings. The park offers history programs in conjunction with the Fort Boonesborough Foundation, and during the in-season, the fort houses resident artisans such as blacksmiths and potters who do open demonstrations to give visitors a taste of what pioneer life in Kentucky was like. The Kentucky River Museum is located in the park, at the former lock operator's home. The museum focuses on the impact of the river on area families and commerce and tells about the locks and dams in the 1900s.
Postcard depicting Fort Boonesborough
Fort Boonesborough was a frontier fort in Kentucky, founded by Daniel Boone and his men following their crossing of the Kentucky River on April 1, 1775. The ...
Staying in Arizona........................
Grand Canyon Caverns Suite in Arizona (Known as the “largest, deepest, darkest, oldest, quietest motel room in the world,” the Grand Canyon Caverns Suite in Arizona ensures an experience unlike any other. With caverns and walls over 65 million years old and located 22 feet underground, guests will find themselves completed isolated in the largest dry cavern in the United States. Not for everyone, this suite is the only one available in these caverns; for those who’d rather stay above ground, the motel offers plenty of other rooms. The underground suite is completely furnished with two double beds, a living room, a library of old books (including a National Geographic collection dating back to 1917), and a working record player complete with records to choose from. According to the motel’s website, guests should keep in mind that the caverns hold guided tours 363 days a year along the concrete trails that curve around all sides of the suite, so privacy is limited during tour hours)
One of the things you'll see on the tour of the caverns...............During the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, the U.S. government designated the caverns as a fallout shelter, with supplies for 2,000 people. These supplies remain in the caverns...................
Hollywood Cemetery in RIchmond, VA - is a large, sprawling cemetery located next to Richmond, Virginia's Oregon Hill neighborhood at 412 South Cherry Street. Characterized by rolling hills and winding paths overlooking the James River, it is the resting place of two United States Presidents, James Monroe and John Tyler, as well as the only Confederate States President, Jefferson Davis. It is also the resting place of 28 Confederate generals, more than any other cemetery in the country; these include George Pickett and J.E.B. Stuart. In the spring of 1847, two citizens of Richmond, Joshua J. Fry and William H. Haxall, while on a visit to Boston, visited Mount Auburn Cemetery, a beautiful cemetery near that city. They were impressed by the solemn grandeur of the place and resolved that they would, on their return to Richmond, propose the establishment of a rural cemetery near the city. It was through their original efforts and the subsequent cooperation of local citizens that Hollywood Cemetery was created. On June 3, 1847, Haxall, Fry, William Mitchell Jr., and Isaac Davenport Sr. purchased from Lewis E. Harvie, who sold under a deed of trust from Jacqueline B. Harvie. Hollywood Cemetery was designed as a garden cemetery, or park cemetery, which was the trend at the time borrowed from the French in an effort to provide more green space in urban areas. Its name, "Hollywood," came from the holly trees dotting the hills of the property.
View from cemetery overlooking the James River
Monument of Confederate War Dead
Palmer Chapel Mausoleum was built 1992, adding 730 crypts for caskets and 160 cremation niches
Jefferson Davis grave
Hollywood Cemetery is a very important historic cemetery. It is one of only three cemeteries to have the tombs of more than one US Presidents (United First P...
Isla del las Muñecas in Mexico (Spanish for Island of the Dolls, it is located in the channels of Xochimilco, south of the center of Mexico City, very close to the Estadio Azteca football stadium, is a chinampa of the Laguna de Teshuilo and one of the main attractions of the channels. Dolls of various styles and colors are found throughout the island, originally placed by the former owner of the island, Julián Santana Barrera. He believed that dolls helped to chase away the spirit of a girl who drowned years ago. He died in 2001 of a heart attack. Sources say he was close to the same spot where the girl drowned. In 1987, an eco-tourist rescue was made and the island was found covered with water lily. After the death of Santana, the chinampa became a tourist attraction. The place began gaining fame in 1943, when Mexican filmmaker Emilio Fernández filmed María Candelaria there. with. A significant number of international and local channels have featured articles on the island, including The Huffington Post, Travel Channel and ABC News. The dolls are still on the island, which is accessible by boat. The island was featured on the Travel Channel show Ghost Adventures and the Amazon Prime show Lore. It was also featured in BuzzFeed Unsolved. Shane Madej, a firm skeptic of the paranormal, has asserted that he believes in the legends about the island. The Island was also used for the episode "Estas son Las Mañanitas" ( Season One Episode 10 ) of the Spanish TV comedy Nosotros los guapos for Televisa, where the main characters Vítor and Albertano are left behind on the island by a irritated Doña Cuca and as night falls they are rescued by the local emergency crews and end up on the news)
Hundreds of photographers and thrill-seekers travel to the haunted Island of the Dolls every year, but it was never meant to be a tourist attraction.They wer...
Calling it a night..................................
Jermyn Street is a one-way street in the St James's area of the City of Westminster in London, England. It is to the south of, parallel, and adjacent to Piccadilly. Jermyn Street is known as a street for gentlemen's-clothing retailers
In around 1664, the street was created by and named after Henry Jermyn, 1st Earl of St Albans, as part of his development of the St James's area of central London. It was first recorded as "Jarman Streete" in the 1667 rate books of St Martin's, which listed 56 properties on it. In 1675, there were 108 names listed
Many tailors owned or still own the houses along the street and often let rooms to people. No. 22, Jermyn Street, for instance was once owned by Italian silk merchant Cesare Salvucci and a military tailor who rented rooms out to people such as the banker Theodore Rothschild.
The Duke of Marlborough lived there when he was Colonel Churchill, as did Isaac Newton (at No. 88, from 1696 to 1700; he then moved next door to No. 87, from 1700 to 1709, during which time he worked as Warden of the Mint), the mid-18th century highwayman and apothecary William Plunkett, the Duchess of Richmond, the Countess of Northumberland and the artist John Keyse Sherwin (in whose rooms in 1782 the actress Sarah Siddons sat for him for her portrait as "Euphrasia).
The Gun Tavern was one of the great resorts for foreigners of revolutionary tastes during the end of the 18th century, whilst Grenier's Hotel was patronised by French refugees. At the Brunswick Hotel, Louis Napoleon took up his residence under the assumed name of Count D'Arenberg on his escape from captivity in the fortress of Ham.