Tuesday, July 30, 2013


Shields High School, Seymour, Ind.

Cedar Lawn

Boat Landing, Sagers Lake, Valparaiso, Ind.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

North Carolina

Springtime scene of Lake Lure with Dogwood in bloom - Rumbling Bald Mountain in background Western North Carolina.

Tuckaseegee River, Bryson City, N.C.

U.S.S. North Carolina
Battleship Memorial
Wilmington, North Carolina
Nicknamed "The Showboat", this battleship participated in every major offensive engagement in the Pacific during World War II.

Monday, July 22, 2013

Williamsburg, Virginia

Governor's Palace, Williamsburg, Virginia
An eighteenth-century carriage stands before the residence of the Royal Governor of Virginia, one of the most elegant mansions in colonial America.  The formal gardens show the lavishness of the period.  Open daily.

Governor's Palace Gardens, Williamsburg, Virginia
Surrounding the residence of the Royal Governor are formal gardens, among the handsomest in America.  They include an English maze, bowling green, pleached arbors, and floral displays.  Garden and Palace are open daily.

The Governor's Palace Maze, Williamsburg, Virginia
This holly maze in the Governor's Palace Gardens is patterned after the maze at Hampton Court.  In the background is a lofty tree-shaded mount bult above the ice house that served the palace.

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Lake George, New York

Lake George Cruise Ships
Cruise spectacular Lake George on modern ships featuring all conveniences.  "Lac Du Saint Sacrement" with full dining facilities luncheon, dinner and moonlight cruises.  "SS Minne-Ha-Ha" is an actual stern paddle wheel steamboat offering shoreline trips.  "MV Mohican" travels along all 32 miles of scenic Lake George on certain days including the famous Paradise Bay trip.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Columbus, Ohio

Columbus, Ohio
Dramatically beautiful Mershon Auditorium on Ohio State University campus.  Completed in April 1957 with a seating capacity of 3072 it is renowned for exceptional acoustics.

Ohio State Stadium
Covers 10 acres; 109 feet high, 750 feet long, 597 feet wide.  Circumference 1/3 mile and a 1/4 mile cinder track in between stands and playing field.  Capacity 80,000.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013


Vanderburgh County Courthouse, Evansville, Ind.

Flora Christian Church, Flora, Ind.

Bird's Eye View of Plymouth, Ind. Looking Southwest.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Hershey, Pennsylvania

M. S. Hershey Homestead - Birth-place of Milton S. Hershey, born September 13, 1857, founder of Hershey, Pa., the Chocolate Town.

The Hershey Stadium, Hershey, Pa., site of high school, college and professional football , other sports, drum corps competition and pageants.  Seats 16,000.

Monkey Island amuses young and old at the big free Zoo, Hershey, Pa.  Open daily, except Monday, the year 'round.