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A Little Bit of Heaven…in Davenport, Iowa

A Little Bit of Heaven…in Davenport, Iowa

(Photo at the entrance of the now dismantled garden) A Little Bit of Heaven—Bartlett Joshua “B.J.” Palmer  1881-1964   Folk art environment and rock garden Davenport, Iowa  |   dismantled in 1981, traces remain While running the risk of sounding like a broken record –…

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E.T. Wickham

E.T. Wickham

This slide show has been graciously shared by Arlen Schlibig.  It is an amazing documentation of a site that has unfortunately fallen into disrepair, I feel lucky to get to see this environment in it’s original glory…thanks, Arlen. To see more photos of this Tennessee…

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Midland Hotel

Midland Hotel

Midland Hotel 414 S Saline (26th) Street  |  Wilson, KS  |  (785) 658-2284 Built in 1899, and most recently restored in 2003, the Wilson Hotel is a beautiful native limestone building with comfortable mission-style furnishings, built near the railroad tracks.  This is important to note,…

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Some Roadside Attractions in Kansas

Some Roadside Attractions in Kansas

If you have ever caught the KCPT Public Television series, “Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations,”  you know that not all of their stops include self-taught art and visionary sites.  At times there are visits to some of the places your dad wouldn’t stop on those…

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Around Sheboygan

Around Sheboygan

Sheboygan is one of those towns that you keep expecting to hear Frank Capra yell “Cut!”  It is such a clean place, that they have 2 vacuum repair stores on the same block.  The signage is great, the breakfasts (and taverns) even better.  The Stephanie…

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