Last May on our Route 66 Road Trip halfway across America, we left the Mother Road to drive down to My Possibilities in Plano, Texas. MP serves folks with special needs and they arranged a cool car show for their Hipsters to introduce them to
On a recent Sea of Cortez Boat Trip in Mexico, here are some photos I took of different shorelines. Rocky shorelines with white sand beaches were the surprise of the first day and each day afterwards! More rocky backdrops with white sand and rippling water
Scary Spring- BlueInk Review In C.A. Hartnell’s first book of a middle-grade series set in the 1950s, 11-year-old Carol Ann is terrified of catching the deadly polio virus—and of getting shots. Carol Ann is familiar with the terrible effects of polio: Some of her family
On a recent trip to Mexico with friends, we cruised on their boat around the Sea of Cortez. One afternoon we anchored off of this lovely beach, one of hundreds in this area. We went ashore to explore and take in the scenery. This particular
It's the unofficial kick off of summer! Kids are out of school, families are planning road trips, and many of us are enjoying the warmer weather throughout the United States. In celebration of this fun season, you can buy all FOUR of my 50s
On Day 6, here’s a really cool old Route 66 roadside attraction, the Leaning Water Tower in Groom, Texas. It leans at 10 degrees and though it looks like it’s leaning on two legs, the secret of the tower is that it’s really a tripod
Hawk’s Ride is a 1937 Ford Slantback with original steel frame and body. It has a 3″ chopped top. The engine is a 350 GM crate motor with a Turbo 350 Transmission, a 10 bolt GM Rear with air ride and a Holly 650 Carburetor. Chicago girl gone West on Route 66!