Tuesday, May 22, 2012

International Swimming Hall of Fame, Ft. Lauderdale, FL


International Swimming Hall of Fame, Ft. Lauderdale, FL













We Three Kings, Annapolis, MD

We Three Kings, Annapolis, MD 

Met these three Kings of Orient are after a Navy Football Game while walking down Rowe Boulevard in Annapolis, MD

Wooden Escalators, MACY's, New York, NY

Wooden Escalators, MACY's, New York, NY


This was the top of modern convenience in Macy's Department Store in New York, City  a century ago. They are still there and still working.

Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, NY


 Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, NY













Valentown Ghost Town, Victor, NY

 Valentown Ghost Town, Victor, NY

Dilapidated old building that served as a mall in 1879.  It was the center of the community and had a grocery, leather works, butcher, cobbler and even a ballroom with its own band. in the 50's it became a tourist attraction called the Valentown Ghost Town.



Introspective Art Guys Houston, TX

Introspective Art Guys (Roadside America) Houston, TX 


Houston calls them those Introspective Art Guys whose suits and ties change frequently with the owners paint brush. They are 14' tall and sit in a car dealership on N. Shepherd Ave. Jack on the Left; Mike on the right.

Saxaphone made of Cars, Houston, TX

 Saxophone made of Cars, Houston, TX .

This 50 foot tall saxophone is made out of old Volkswagen car parts and sits on Richmond Avenue in Houston Texas. Now a music night club called the Horn Bar and Grill.

Saint Louis Cathedral, St. Louis, MO

St. Louis Cathedral, St. Louis, MO

The Basilica in Saint Louis  is one of the oldest Cathedrals in North America, founded as a Catholic Parish in 1720. It sits along the Banks of the Mississippi River in New Orleans right down the street from Bourbon Street.








Satchmo greets you as you enter the New Orleans International Airport. New Orleans, LA

Satchmo greets you as you enter the New Orleans International Airport. New Orleans, LA.  Louis Armstrong, nicknamed Satchmo was an American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana

Whoopie Pies, Concord, MA

Both Pennsylvania and Connecticut claim the glory  and the honor of inventing and being the best at making Whoopie Pies

Giant Wrench, St. Louis, MO.

Giant Wrench, St. Louis, MO.


 Twenty-five feet long and weighs a half a ton on the Skyway Auto Repair Ship

Big High Heeled Shoe made out of High Heeled Shoes in front of the Brown Shoe Company in Clayton, MO

 Big High Heeled Shoe made out of High Heeled Shoes in front of the Brown Shoe Company in Clayton, MO


Sacred Cow Animal Rights Memorial, Sherborn, MA

Sacred Cow Animal Rights Memorial, Sherborn, MA

Memorial to Emily the Cow a Vegetarian Activist Who escaped from local slaughterhouse and took refuge at what is now called the Peace Abbey. Statue was dedicated on "Earth Day" and my birthday.

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