The Leaning Tower of Dallas

We, in Dallas, obtained a new art exhibit quite by chance this week.  And like the big cities around the world, it will only be here temporarily.  So, we went to pay it our respects.  It wasn’t exactly Banksy coming to town to spice up the side of a building, but it is loved, if... Continue Reading →

Tucumcari, Tonight

We really needed a ’57 T-Bird or a ’63 Corvette Stingray to do this right.     We were 3 hours west of Amarillo and the Cadillac Ranch.  We were 3 hours east of Albuquerque.    On Interstate-40.  We were at the “Gateway to the West” and just two blocks away from yesteryear.  We were getting our... Continue Reading →

A Wild Hare…

One day last week we found ourselves on the balcony enjoying our morning coffee.  It was a hot, muggy August morning.  We watched the landscape guy below, trimming the median.  JAM commented, “I am really hating this August heat!”  We realized we had enough of the Texas summer.  We needed a break.  Two hastily packed bags, a handful of travel... Continue Reading →

Iconic Dallas

Cruising through the streets of Dallas, we continued our search for iconic signature features of the city. We weren’t disappointed.  Only a few blocks down the road we found what we were looking for.  The Steers are running in Pioneer Plaza.  Well, they’re bronze so they’re not really running, but they look like they are.  ... Continue Reading →

These Are a Few of Our Favorite Things.

Okay, come on, you know you have to sing this one...) Raindrops on sidewalks, And blueberry Knishes. Raspberry cheesecake and old-time cheek kisses. NoHo and SoHo and church bells that ring, These are a few of our favorite things. West Greenwich Village and tables on sidewalks, Washington Square and the poems in pink chalk, Pigeons... Continue Reading →

The Happiest Place in Manhattan

Social media dubbed this area, The Happiest Place in Manhattan.  It is one of the most beautiful sceneries in New York City.   Way up in north Manhattan on a spot where George Washington and his Revolutionaries took on the soldiers hired by the British in 1776. It’s the Cloisters located in the Fort Tryon Park. John... Continue Reading →

NYC Essentials

One thing we have enjoyed living in New York City is walking through its neighborhoods and boroughs.  Along the way we met Keith Michael, who among other things, provides walking tours.  We invited him to share his story and introduce you to the walks he hosts. Enjoy! Seeing the Essentials with New York City WILD!... Continue Reading →

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