An incredible abandoned skyscraper (though no longer an official skyscraper as of today’s definition) that not only held a recording studio, and luxurious penthouse suite, but many other operations throughout. The Wright brothers even had an office here. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 10, 1993. Let’s take…Dayton’s Abandoned Skyscraper Where the Wright Brothers Had an Office — Architectural Afterlife
Sour Cherry Lattice Pie Sour Cherry Lattice PieSour Cherry Lattice Pie — AMERICA ON COFFEE
Bianca Lambert shares her Aunt Vivian’s recipe for a southern-style sweet potato pie Hi, my name is Bianca Lambert, and I am cooking my Aunt Vivian’s Sweet… Read more “Aunt Vivian’s Sweet Potato Pie”Aunt Vivian’s Sweet Potato Pie — AMERICA ON COFFEE
A review of U2’s classic album release of 1987 – The Joshua Tree.U2 – The Joshua Tree (1987) — The Ultimate Music Library
The United States of America as we know was established just a few hundred years ago by immigrants from all over the world. Since this country is still fairly new, a lot of towns and cities have been named after the cities the immigrants come from like London, Copenhagen, and Paris. But some towns took […]THE 10 FUNNIEST TOWN NAMES IN AMERICA — Delusional Bubble
*One day I will do some trips in America… but not right now.
Narcissus can’t hold a candle
at once both King of Colorado —
entitled hobo of Nowhere.
Look there! That’s my face in the sky,
cacti and mesas my sole friends,
watching while I sift through the shards
of cultures few suspect.
Though none believe me now, riches
and the future are mine;
these silent silver craft
they’ll be all around you soon —
I am digging their past.
Copyright Francis Barker 2020
The following are journal entries from my visit to Manhattan in October of 2001. I went with a team of volunteers to set up a free clinic at a police precinct on the East Side. With not a lick of medical know how, I quickly forged my spot in the group as the data entry […]October 10th, 2001 — Be Sorry . . . Less
*The History of NYC is fascinating.
Welcome to the next post in the series Letters from America 1985 -1987 that I wrote home to my parents in the UK. My father kept them all in a folder…Smorgasbord Posts from My Archives – Letters from America 1985-1987 – October 1985 – Trip to Seattle – Mountains and State Park by Sally Cronin
Barr Trail is one of the Pikes Peak region’s most iconic hiking paths and whether one trains for the annual Pikes Peak Ascent or Marathon, or simply desires to hike it for its own merit, it packs a punch. Beginning at an elevation of approximately 6,800 feet in Manitou Springs, it climbs steadily to 14,115 […]America the Beautiful — tanja britton
Even though these days, anything could be found anywhere, there are still some things you’ll only find in America. In this post, we’ll show you 10 special things, unique to Uncle Sam’s country!10 things you’ll only find in America -Delusional Bubble — Delusional Bubble
In today’s post I thought it would be fun to discuss some of the weirder things that have occurred throughout American History because history is nothing if not highly fascinating. So many strange and coincidental events have occurred everywhere and I was happy to be able to speak and discuss the weirder sides of things […]U.S History ╽Ten Strange Facts You May Have Not Know About From U.S History! — THE CHRONICLES OF HISTORY