Dessert at the Old Spaghetti Factory

While this restaurant isn’t the only one around, the Old Spaghetti Factory in St. Louis Laclede Landing offers a cool historic ambience that is hard to find. Celebrating a family birthday we set out to see the Arch and eat a little lunch. After consuming way more calories than the law and My Fitness Pal […]

On top of Look Out Mountain is a portion of the Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park, that commemorate the “Battle Above the Clouds” . Fought in 1863 this historic stop was especially haunting on the rain soaked day we stopped. History shares that the fight was over control of Chattanooga, known as the “Gateway to the […]

Rev up for the Gateway Farm Toy Show coming to St. Louis the 1st weekend of February

Last year this cool scratch built toy was just one of the ones on view at the Gateway Farm Toy Show! This year’s 32nd annual event will be heldFebruary 1-3, 2013 at the Sheraton Lakeside Chalet in St. Louis’s West Port Plaza. The Gateway Farm Toy Show is known worldwide for its farm toy auction, […]

Like horse drawn equipment?  Come to the Horse and Buggy Museum in Biggsville, Illinois

No horsing around! For those lovers of horse drawn equipment consider a stop to check out horse power at the Horse and Buggy Museum in Biggsville, Illinois. Jerry Wiebel and his wife Mary Lynn (Watson) Weibel started the museum in 2006. “I started playing with horses in 1995,” Jerry shared, “mainly for the grandkids because […]

Fountain at Andersonville Prision

In the midst of horror of Andersonville Prison where Union soldiers were kept in a barracaded fenced in piece of land a miracle is said to have taken place. This monument edifies the fountain that bubbled up out of the parched earth when lightening struck creating a spring. The stream that runs through the prison […]