My first day in Juneau, Alaska and I could hardly believe I was here. It was a gorgeous day so I took the tram to the top of Mt. Roberts. What a great view…
In the Fall of 2016 I took a fabulous trip to SE Alaska and I’ve a lot to write about including: Juneau history, arts and peoples, ArtWalk and Artists in Juneau, Native Alaskans, Artists in Haines, Arts and Culture in Haines accompanied by some gorgeous videos and pictures.
The Blue Ridge Institute and Farm Museum at Ferrum College, the official state center for Blue Ridge Folklore and the place I learned about the Crooked Road, Virginia’s Music Trail at The Blue Ridge Institute and Farm Museum at Ferrum College, the official state center for Blue Ridge Folklore.
Black Dog Salvage .blackdogsalvage.com is, as their brochure says, a treasury of antiques and architectural relics awaiting discovery. Robert Kulp and Mike Whiteside reclaim and renew/ repurpose salvage. That it is their passion is evident as I wandered around the huge 40,000 sq foot warehouse. They have been at it since 1999 and have a ½…
The O. Winston Link museum is dedicated to this extraordinary photographer who captured the history & last days of the steam locomotive.
In this Blog I explore the outdoor art show in Elmwood Park, Visit the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra and numerous galleries in downtown Roanoke
David A. Bowers, Mayor of Roanoke met us at the Roanoke Star and Overlook, an historic landmark that provides a fabulous view of the city.