Todays Featured Poster • Saint Augustine

Perhaps a bit touristy, St. Augustine is still a historic town that was founded in 1565 by Spanish explorers. It is the oldest continuously inhabited European established settlement in the United States with more than its share of interesting sites and attractions. These giclée prints are available in several sizes and are custom printed forContinue reading “Todays Featured Poster • Saint Augustine”

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Urban Hiking In Savannah, Georgia

Savannah is an incredible city worthy of a couple of days of urban hiking. There’s something to see on virtually every block and the whole city is a treasure trove of colonial architecture and historic sites. Add in great food and libations at every turn and they’re guaranteed to more than replace any calories youContinue reading “Urban Hiking In Savannah, Georgia”

Two Military History Museums

Most country’s histories are, to a significant extent, defined by war and in that regard the history of their military is an integral part of the nations story. On two recent trips we’ve taken the time to visit some remarkable museums. Both are incredible facilities that don’t just recount history but do it in aContinue reading “Two Military History Museums”

Panama Canal Cruising

Cruising through the Panama Canal is an astonishing experience. Here we offer an overview of the trip, some history on the building of the canal and a guide to cruise options to when selecting your cruise. scrapes from the passage through the locks. East bound cruises heading into the canal often sail past Panama CityContinue reading “Panama Canal Cruising”

Visiting The Holy Land Part 2 of 3

Oh Jerusalem Before a recent visit to Jerusalem I spent some time looking into its history. I arranged this history by pulling from dozens of articles and weaving them into a consistent and continuous narrative. To speak about Jerusalem is often like stumbling around in the dark. Visiting Jerusalem might help to push back theContinue reading “Visiting The Holy Land Part 2 of 3”

A Bit Of History In Ocala, Florida

It’s unusual to come across an early nineteenth century stockade fort in the middle of a Florida town. Not something you expect outside of Disney World. But on a recent drive through central Florida that is what we found in Ocala. It’s a historically accurate replica of Fort King at its original site. Designated aContinue reading “A Bit Of History In Ocala, Florida”