Museums

Laurel and Hardy Museum, Harlem, GA

Laughs at the Laurel and Hardy Museum

  Story and photos by Will A. Davis —- “Well, this is another fine mess you’ve  gotten us into Stanley” If you remember those few words you know who said them and why! Part of the fun of growing up is hopefully creating memories that last a lifetime.  Dating myself a bit,  no keener memory was …

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I-95 Burnout? Brake for Florence, SC

By Mary Gallagher / Photos by Will A. Davis__   It might be tough to put on the brakes for the old fashioned wagon above BUT how many trillions of times on that north to south and back again jaunt along I-95 have you passed by or just stopped for a bite to eat at …

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Cruising the Bosphorus Istandbul

See the Best of Istanbul

—By Emily M. Grey– Formerly called Constantinople and Byzantium, Istanbul is the only city that spans two continents. Over 16 million people live in this dynamic metropolis. The historic and commercial portion lies in Europe where I stayed at the upscale Hilton Doubletree.   I can vouch that the Turkish people are most hospitable. Pet …

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It’s About Time and Clocks!

Strolling through timekeeping’s history by Terry Conway America’s first soldier, George Washington, carried one. Gentlemen stored them in the watch pocket of the vest of their three-piece suits. Ubiquitous until the First World War, locomotive engineers and conductors counted on their timepieces to keep the trains running on time. Travel to the little Susquehanna river …

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