Lumi Snow – Fort Worth, Texas

In North Fort Worth, there is a little dessert spot called Lumi Snow. It's not ice cream. It's not a snow cone. It is a cold dessert served on slate with an elaborate and fun presentation. This place is popular and seating is sparse. While you are waiting, it is perfectly acceptable to stare at … Continue reading Lumi Snow – Fort Worth, Texas

The Myrtles Plantation – St. Francisville, Louisiana

Deep in Louisiana between Alexandria and Baton Rouge is one of America's most haunted locations - The Myrtles Plantation. When you are going to The Myrtles, your GPS cannot find it.  It will take you to every location around it, but not there. Eventually, you make it.  When you drive up to the house, the landscape takes you … Continue reading The Myrtles Plantation – St. Francisville, Louisiana

St. Michael’s Church – Vienna, Austria

Vienna is not so much a walking city as it is a city for those that like to wander. Everywhere you look; left, right, forward, behind you, or straight up, there is something beautiful to see. Rich in history, music, and art of all medias, this city captivates me. I love it when this happens. … Continue reading St. Michael’s Church – Vienna, Austria

Windsor Ruins – Claiborne County, Mississippi

About 10 miles southwest of Port Gibson is what is left of the largest antebellum Greek Revival mansion ever built in the State of Mississippi.  Three stories with twenty-five rooms (each room with a fireplace).  The construction costs of the home were $175,000 at the time or roughly $4,665,000 in today's market. Windsor played a … Continue reading Windsor Ruins – Claiborne County, Mississippi