A couple of years ago, Sweetums and I spent my birthday on a tour of north Georgia before heading to my hometown of Warner Robins to visit family and friends. One reason I wanted to spend a vacation touring my home state is because I moved away when I was 11 years old and I… Continue reading Who built the mysterious Georgia Guidestones?
Month: June 2018
When Bigfoot officiated Santa’s wedding: A southern fairy tale
So I blogged about this -- the most unlikely event in the history of events -- when it occurred back in May but I've now fleshed it out into a fairy tale for posterity. You know, so people from the future can say, "This is one crazy fairy tale. The ones with dwarves, witches and… Continue reading When Bigfoot officiated Santa’s wedding: A southern fairy tale
Bet you didn’t know about this haunted American castle
Cleveland, Ohio, is home to an ornate gothic castle with detailed stained-glass windows, gargoyles, terra cotta reliefs … and a couple of dead bodies. Yet, few people outside the area know about it. That’s because it is located in a cemetery. Cleveland’s beautiful Lake View Cemetery, filled with gorgeous funerary art and graves of famous… Continue reading Bet you didn’t know about this haunted American castle
Check out Louisville’s World’s Largest Bat …er, bats
I shared photos when Sweetums and I visited the World's Largest Baseball Bat in Louisville, KY, last year. I finally got around to looking up the backstory for the bat ... and for the nearby World's Largest Vampire Bat. You're welcome. Thanks to Sweetums for creating this cute, very brief, video.
Is this the World’s Largest Dixie Cup?
On my recent trip to accompany Sweetums on a business trip to Ohio, we stopped in Lexington, Kentucky for a little sightseeing. As usual, we had a list of quirky things to see there, including an over-sized Dixie Cup, which is actually a water tower. When we returned home, I decided to see if it… Continue reading Is this the World’s Largest Dixie Cup?