Box Culvert A small stream flows through the neighborhood park. Usually just a trickle, the stream leaves the park through a 36" culvert underneath a busy street. The well-traveled street has been blocked off for over a month so I took a stroll down thru the park to see what was taking so long. Whoa! … Continue reading Tunnel Vision
Andrew Jackson's Home Northeast of Nashville, TN lies the home of Andrew Jackson, the 7th President of the United States who was elected in 1828. He was called "The Peoples' President". The original 421 acre frontier farm was purchased in 1804. In 41 years, until his death in 1845, Jackson built the property up to … Continue reading Hermitage
I found this traveling troupe of dare devils (aka nut cases) at a mid-western state fair last summer. They were diving into a shallow pool, like a back yard pool only deeper, from platforms 40, 60 and 80' high. Quite a change from the petting zoo. Thought for the Day: Irony -- The … Continue reading Go Jump in the Lake!