As most of you know already, I enjoy going to different Historical places that are here around my area and are not to far away to travel.  This past Summer there was a Living History Exhibit at the Daniel Boone Historical Center where, many years ago, our famous Woodsman Daniel Boone once lived with hisContinue reading “LIVE SKERMISH AT DANIEL BOONE”


The once mighty St. Nickolas Coal Breaker. Located just outside the Coal Mining Town of Shenandoah, PA stands this empty and abandoned Breaker that used to process the raw coal from the Anthracite Mines around the area.  At one time back in the early 1900’s it employed more than 400 Miners.  Processing hundreds of tonsContinue reading “ST. NICKOLES COAL BREAKER”


Greetings to all my followers on this New Year! Since I enjoy Posting about things in History, let’s take a trip back into the early part of the 1900’s when the Country was in the Probation Years.  In these years, whiskey and beer was totally banned from being consumed.  No more bars and no more drinking wasContinue reading “AL CAPONE’S V-12 ARMORED CADILLAC”

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