Emerald Lake State Park: My Site!

Well, this was my home-away-from-home for the past couple of nights. A friend, he dog and I had stayed in a handicapped lean-to, which was her suggestion. So glad she knew about stuff like that! It was no more than 150 feet away from the bathrooms/showers and had a ramp with a railing until theContinue reading “Emerald Lake State Park: My Site!”

Random Machine at The Corning Museum of Glass

I visited the Corning Museum of Glass in 2019, which was two years before I started my YouTube channel. I filmed this random machine, which was on display in the museum. Given how interesting I found it, I thought you’d enjoy it as well. “The world’s largest space dedicated to the display of contemporary artContinue reading “Random Machine at The Corning Museum of Glass”

The Ticonderoga: National Historic Landmark

“The steamboat Ticonderoga is one of two remaining side-paddle-wheel passenger steamers with a vertical beam engine of the type that provided freight and passenger service on America’s bays, lakes and rivers from the early 19th to the mid-20th centuries. Commissioned by the Champlain Transportation Company, Ticonderoga was built in 1906 at the Shelburne Shipyard inContinue reading “The Ticonderoga: National Historic Landmark”

Last Look: 2006 Dodge Magnum with Interior Pics!

This is one last look at my 2006 Dodge Magnum Sport Wagon. I also show parts of the interior. After I filmed it, I closed its doors for the last time, climbed into my 2011 Toyota Highlander and drove away. Although I still miss my car, it was no longer affordable. And it would haveContinue reading “Last Look: 2006 Dodge Magnum with Interior Pics!”

Water Lapping the Shore

A few years ago, I had flown out to Chicago to meet a friend who was driving to Vermont. We had many adventures, including this one captured in my video. This was LOOOOONG before I had my channel, so no intro or outro at all. That said, you know the drill: SUBSCRIBE, SUBSCRIBE AND DIDContinue reading “Water Lapping the Shore”

THE GRATITUDE EDITION!

Well, I HAD been traveling until I returned to my car, started it and tried to shift out of park. And…ABSOLUTELY NO GO!! My car would NOT shift at all. What the heck??? I’ve experienced a variety of crazy times with too many cars over the years. But this was a first. I posted aContinue reading “THE GRATITUDE EDITION!”

Chipman’s Point Ferry Complex

“Chipman’s Point is a historic 19th-century ferry complex on Chipman Point Road in Orwell, Vermont. The complex includes two early 19th-century stone warehouses, a former Lake Champlain ferry landing site (used until 1975), and the foundational remains of the Chipman Point Hotel. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.[1] Chipman’sContinue reading “Chipman’s Point Ferry Complex”

Larrabee’s Point Complex: National Register of Historic Places!

“The Larrabee’s Point Complex consists of a collection of ferry-related buildings and structures at the western end of Vermont Route 74 in Shoreham, Vermont. Included are facilities currently used by the oldest operating ferry on Lake Champlain, the Ticonderoga-Larrabees Point Ferry, and two buildings historically associated with the ferry operation. The complex was listed onContinue reading “Larrabee’s Point Complex: National Register of Historic Places!”

The Nethercutt Museum on Halloween 2018 in Sylmar, California

“THE NETHERCUTT MUSEUM The Nethercutt Museum showcases more than 130 of the world’s greatest antique, vintage, classic and special interest automobiles including many top winners of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.”-https://www.nethercuttcollection.org/Museum.aspx “The Nethercutt Collection is a multi-storied private car collection and museum complex located in Sylmar, California. It was founded by J.B. Nethercutt in 1971Continue reading “The Nethercutt Museum on Halloween 2018 in Sylmar, California”

Giroux Furniture Company Building

“The Giroux Furniture Company Building is a historic commercial building at 10-18 Catherine Street in the city of St. Albans, Vermont. Built in two parts (1896 and 1905), it is a reminder of the city’s railroad-related history, and served for many years as an enduring commercial presence. It was listed on the National Register ofContinue reading “Giroux Furniture Company Building”

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