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Main Street in downtown historic St. Charles is a brick road but what about the buildings? Well, they’re brick too… as well as stone and wood with some of them dating back to the 1800’s. Quite a few of them … Continue reading
St. Charles was Missouri’s first state capitol between 1821 and 1826, while a permanent capitol city was in the planning and development stages in Jefferson City. It was founded as Les Petites Cotes (The Little Hills) by French Canadian fur … Continue reading
Just hanging with the Fat Man, Snoop and my Gnomies 😉 This was one of the many beautiful window displays on Main Street in Historic Downtown St. Charles, Missouri. Actually, the shops on this street always have great displays – … Continue reading
Or what the majority of the world calls them – poinsettias. Here are two of them that I did not feature over on my other blog but still keeping with the colors you don’t regularly see theme. Have a great … Continue reading
Ok, this guy (or was it a gal?) doesn’t but you know how the song goes. This is just an invite for you to come over and visit my other blog What’s Happening Ohio where you can read and see … Continue reading
From our end of the interweb to yours♥ Let there be peace on earth – please! Teri and DH 📷 (Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree – NYC 2019)
The Peninsula Hotel advertises itself as an ultimate 5 star luxury hotel in New York. It does have quite a prime location on 5th Avenue with Central Park and all of the high end shops within walking distance. I could … Continue reading
I’ve been away crossing yet another item on my bucket list of places to see and experience. This time it was visiting New York when they pull out all the stops decorating for the holidays. There were times when I … Continue reading
For Throwback Thursday I decided to pull out some images from Christmas Traditions in St. Charles, Missouri past. And my favorite “Santa” Julenisse and his goat Yuley. This year’s Julenisse is a ginger with a full red real beard.