Through the shopping frustrations and home decorating issues, this does tend to be the happiest time of the year. I hate when people try to take that feeling away and the Troopers need your help to catch this Christmas Grinch.
When I travel somewhere, I like to see the strange and bizarre instead of what people put in travel books. This past weekend, I took a quick trip to Burlington, Vermont and saw a roadside attraction you may not have known is only a few hours away.
This last vacation was one to remember, and with trusty camera in hand, I wanted to make sure that I got a chance to share a bit of our good fortune with you folks. And speaking of fortunes--I now present to you the most elaborate, incredible historical landmark you've ever seen in your life. The pictures can't possibly do it justice, but heaven knows I tried (excuse the pun)
Something has me furious!!! How many times will TV shows rope me in then never finish the story??? Through the years I have watched countless shows week in and week out only to be disappointed when some television exec decides to pull the plug without giving the fan closure...