Every Thing Learned Has Value

Years ago we worked on a project called Reflections: The American Funeral, this tour was a multi-year undertaking took us across the country to both small and large communities. People often balked at the thought of a funeral tour but enter any museum and what do you find? The funerary artifacts of a culture. We... Continue Reading →

Space and Rocket Center

Over the last four years we have made a number of trips to Huntsville, AL but logistics have not allowed for an extra day to see the sights.  What we had seen of Huntsville before this year has all been lovely, we even have some friends who live there and never fail to show us... Continue Reading →

The House on the Rock

If you are not familiar with The House on the Rock, I don’t fully know how to describe it.  I will share a link to the Travel Channel bit on it, but I felt like I was on a ride through the obsessive mind of a genuine eccentric.  The kind of person that others model... Continue Reading →

History in Auckland

It takes watching just a few seconds of Lord of the Rings to get an idea of how beautiful New Zealand is. With so many wonderful places to go why would you ever spend a day inside or at a museum? For two people who often spend their days off at an exhibit missing some... Continue Reading →

Killing Time in Kilgore

We have often talked about how every small town has its own claim to fame and usually a little museum dedicated to its honor. Kilgore is no exception, actually there are two on the same block. We had some time to spare and thought a visit to the East Texas Oil Museum was just the... Continue Reading →

Mariner’s Museum

One thing we love about visiting a new area is the availability of new museums to experience.  While we have spent massive amount of time in Virginia, rarely do we get outside the Washington Metro.  Last week was the first time we made it to the Chesapeake Bay area and just couldn’t pass up going... Continue Reading →

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