Dangerous Curves

Most of you know that I write a freelance article or two for my local paper from time to time.  This month I had the opportunity to write an article and take photos while touring our town’s Civil Rights Trail.    I honestly encourage any of you to take the self-guided tour, it is well […]

Roadside Finds

Maybe some of you read my post titled Gas, if so, you know that Spencer had a flat tire.  Near the town we live in there is a really cool place called Pat’s Motorsports.  The people who run it are great and Rod has known them for years from snowmobiling.  At any rate, we figured […]

Redridge Dam

Tuesday had been a kind of rainy day and Wednesday was starting out the same way.  Temperatures were cool and it was drizzly.  Rod was going kind of crazy, he wanted to ride.  I kept telling him that the weather said it was going to clear up and finally it did.  The year before the […]

Back at Sloss

It is Sunday and it has been a week since we walked through Sloss Furnace.  It was a truly awesome experience.  Last time I wrote we were ending our experiences in the tunnels.  I have to say they are truly amazing.  After Sterling and I left the tunnels and came back up into the sunlight […]

The Tunnels at Sloss

We finally meandered outside to take in some of the other parts of Sloss Furnace.  There is really so much to explore that you could literally be there all day and probably still be finding new things to look at.  The thing we did not do, silly us, was to read the displays that they […]

Sloss Day 2

Before I get to Sloss, I have to apologize.  Yesterday I was monkeying around on WordPress and realized that my storage was getting full, so I started deleting pictures.  Well, that means that they are deleted out of my posts.  It was early.  At any rate, any of my photos can be see on my […]