This is a game that can be played in the car that might just save a life today and in the future.
The western is a dying genre. There is so much more that can be told about the era from 1880 to 1930's, especially from the Native American point of view.
Stone Soup is a old folk tale with a moral. This version has the moral that "things are not always as they seem." Given from a Northern Paiute Indian viewpoint.
Many times Nursery Rhymes are either thought of as a way to entertain children or as having a dark side. I present them as history and strengthening of why we want freedom.
Gumbo Limbo is a tree, but leads to so much more. Find out more about Gumbo Limbo and where it leads.
If you give a child a postage stamp especially from another country it can lead to learning some geography.
A morning visit to Fern Forest Nature Center. An excellent place for learning about ferns and a walk.
100th Anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment and the new image on the twenty-dollar bill.
Recipes from my childhood that I revisit on occasion. Children love them. They are good for breakfast, snacks, and even desert. One box of jello two fun foods and left over crust. No waste.
When visiting Southern Florida you can find the 4-B's all in one place - Butterfly World. Following are pictures and videos to wet your taste buds for what is to be seen.
Monuments built to loves who them loved at first sight.
While visiting Florida was challenged to research the crisp, refreshing orange.
"Star Trek" is celebrating their 50th Anniversary. It was launched with a symphony called "Star Trek-The Ultimate Voyage" This is a review.
109 year old bright, silent sentinel called the Big Diamond. Southern Florida Lighthouse.
The search for a tomato, in the winter months, that is not tasteless and watery.
Award winning artist Doug Hall has opened a gallery in Neosho, Missouri. Pictures of the Grand Opening.
Over the United States and England the railways are presenting a Christmas adventure called "The Polar Express." Family and Friend entertainment.
Who were the original 13 Titans? Who were the twelve Olympians. The creation story and lineage of the Titans and Olympians
Nancy Ward is not a name found in our history books. She is a powerful person who brought change. This is her story - Nanyehi.
In 2009 during a guided tour in the Denali National Forest a question was presented to me "Why was the per acre amount in the purchase of Alaska a fraction?" After much research this is my findings.
Fear has motivated some well-known creative people such as Edgar Allan Poe and Alfred Hitchcock. This is a fictitious story about being buried alive and how fear motivated these two famous writers.
Fiction and History of the "World's Largest Graves."
The story of Jonah, The Prophet and an interpretation of his prophecy.
A book review on the books Bruchko and Bruchko and the Motilone Miracle. Biographies of Bruce E. Olson.
Will Rogers Memorial Museum - Claremore, Oklahoma. Information about "Oklahoma's favorite son" and the museums in his honor.
On a public question website, the question was recently asked, "Why do Americans love freedom?" This is an attempt to answer that question.
John Daniel Marker served for the Union during the Civil War in California.
Between the years 1830 to 1930 people did what was needed to survive. This is a few of the interesting ways they chose to survive.
Discover the land that Christopher Columbus discovered. Visit the Dominican Republic.
In 1980 Israel had only about ten authentic things. Now much more is authenticated. This is short descriptions of the authentic places and a description of Jesus.
Culture can be found in many places; some come in small glimpses and some you have to seek out. This is a few places you might find culture.
Thirty one days of May 1985 in Haiti with a team from Youth with A Mission giving time and energy to a few of the struggling people in this poverty stricken country.
While living in Germany I became very interested in the life and works of King Ludwig II. He was architect to three very prosperous and well known castles.
Germany is a fascinating place to visit. Why not try out several different ways of transportation as you see it. This is a list of a few of the modes of travel in touring Germany.
The question was asked "Which gender do these unisex names fit best?" This is my answer and my opinion.
There is a lot of information on Gaudi and his architectural style. This is an attempt to simplify the information.
Famous bullfighter Je'sus Janerio Ubrique - Bazan of Spain. Explanation of the running of the bulls, the bullfight and the winnings.
An American in Japan. Things my friend in I did and things I would like to do in Japan.
Seoul, Korea home to fifty percent of the population of South Korea.
A chance meeting with author's at a craft show An Affair of the Heart in Tulsa, Oklahoma
An exciting adventure on a two wheel personal transportation device the Segway PT X2.
My visit to Central and Eastern cities in India.
A great day trip with the children. This zoo is packed full of endangered animals.
Pictures, descriptions and video of the thirteen types of palm trees found in the Rio Grande Valley.
Sarah Winnamucca first Native American woman to write a book. A look at the Paiute culture and her activities to preserve her people.
Two visits with the Award winning Woodlands Indians painter Doug Hall.
Review of two wedding venues in Joplin, Missouri.
The wettest place on earth. The island of Pohnpei is located right on the equator. There is scuba diving, snorkeling and ancient ruins.
Summer vacation fun at the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.
Bali, Indonesia - Exotic location, fabulous beaches, succulent food and a captivating culture.
Three unique tools in use in the 1800's to the 1940's.
Tips from the Taste of Home Show in Joplin, Missouri April 2015.
Dr. Seuss stories that are children's books, but are also political allegories.
A Testimony of how Carman Liccardello's music has touched my life.
The author Tony Hillerman had a weakness for silence and empty places.
The dangerous tundra, unique flowers, and distinct culture of Ekuk, Alaska - Nushagak Bay.
The names attached to actor Dabbs Greer throughout his life.
Movie Cards of actors and actresses from 1910- 1989.
Reviews of the the books; The Haunted Mesa and Education of a Wandering Man by Louis L'Amour.
The Physical Science Course that took us to five National Parks that are also canyons. Palo Duro Canyon, Mesa Verde, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park and the Grand Canyon.
The years are 1948 to 1950 the economy in America is on a slow rise. The people are starting to spend money on vacations and entertainment. There are some that are still struggling.
Primitive medical instruments used in somewhat gruesome fields and a criminal museum in Rothernburg, Germany which used some gruesome looking masks in their punishment of criminals.
Six centuries have passed between these postcards and the world has changed in one century for Miss Lena. The world has changed with two world wars and America became 200 years old in 5 centuries.
Antique Post Cards from the early 1900's. What was written, about the people, and the places they lived.
A Tropical Island in the Pacific - Guam
Wood and iron vintage items and their uses.
Looking for the colors of Spring in the places where the prestigious tulips can be found.
Is this familiar item a chimney piece or an egg cup?
Two rose weeds. Two rose weeds that are healthful and herbaceous. You will understand why they are the roses of the weeds.
There are many types of rice and they are prepared in many interesting ways.
Interesting animals raise on an animal farm.
365 day outside - Could it be true in January/February?
A visit to Mercedes, Texas and their Parade of Boots.
Year-around activities in Harlingen, Texas. My fourth day and a threat of rain.
Testing out an advertising phrase "outside 365 days a year" in Harlingen, Texas. Is the weather where I can get out for seven days in a row? Day three and it is true so far.
365 days where you can be outdoors was a claim by Harlingten, Texas advertising. I went for seven days to see if I could be outside seven of those 365 days.
Day one of seven straight days of getting out and about in Harlingen, Texas.
Seven day visit to Harlingen, Texas - Able to be outside 365 days a year.
A life changing 1993 visit to the Dachau Concentration camp
A few tips on identifying pink glass.
Should we call the third person of the Trinity the Holy Ghost or the Holy Spirit?
Stamp collecting (Philately) more complicated without technology due to changes in stamp designs.
Growing Oklahoma/Missouri Pineapple before the aid of the internet
Pet pig that loved chasing cars