Category Archives: 19th century architecture

The Taking of Land in Florida (And the Militias)

Warning!  History Ahead!  Prepare Yourself! Did you know that Florida sided with Great Britain in the 1776 Revolutionary War?  Oh no!! Did you know that Florida became a US state only in 1845?   Did you know that Florida was part … Continue reading

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“Two Drifters Off To See the World”

“There’s such a lovely world to see….” Toad Suck and Beyond We know the route well, across Arkansas.  But, how did we miss the town of “Toad Suck?”   Yes,  and in an online poll it won the honor of being … Continue reading

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Time Travel.  Real Life on Western Military Forts!

Caution!  Scream!  Scream! Screech!  KaPow! There may be history ahead! Tread lightly, it could be boring for some! Fort Kearny State Historical Park (Click on the name of the fort for their website.) in Nebraska opened our eyes to the amount … Continue reading

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Throw away that Eraser Before its TOO Late!

The Cowboy Temple of Oklahoma City. For years I have mumbled that I wish that I could erase Kansas. It would make the journey to Colorado so much easier. (Tom likes the Flint Hills.) I am sure that the people … Continue reading

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