Silver Screen Cowboy

 Posted by at 12:33 am  Nick's Blog
Feb 092020
 

It’s a long way from a sound stage in Hollywood to the rolling hills of Parke County, Indiana, so we were surprised when a geocaching outing in southern Indiana took us to the gravesite of an old-time cowboy movie star from the heyday of the silver screen. Tex Terry appeared in over 50 B westerns […]

Nov 292019
 

We love getting off the interstate highways and taking the two-lane roads whenever we can. As I have said many times before, a Denny’s or a chain hotel at an interstate exit in Kansas is no different than one in Michigan or California. But the two-lane roads will take you to the real America. Small […]

Sep 032013
 

Occasionally when I have nothing new to share with you, I will recycle an old story from a previous issue of the Gypsy Journal to give you an idea of some of the interesting things we have seen in our travels. We found a wonderful attraction in the charming small town of New Bremen, Ohio, […]

Mar 042009
 

I’m not one to forward much of the stuff I get by e-mail, because most of it is spam and junk. However, I did receive something yesterday I want to share with you and encourage you to participate in. All American Direct, which provides distant networks broadcast to Dish television customers, is circulating a petition […]