With the continuous changes in the Facebook and Instagram algorithm, that determines what you see on your newsfeed that restricts who gets to see my posts. And Facebook pushing me to “Boost” my post for my followers to see what I
The flowers are blooming along the new walking path at the Janet H. Nash Riverfront Preserve. It was an old parking lot that sat between the Saginaw River and SASA. It’s because of the school that it got its name.
If you have ever driven down Hoyt Ave. near Genesee Ave. you have probably seen the Wolfarth House. I think it is one of the most magnificent houses in Saginaw. You can see more pic of it on their facebook page HERE.
I will be at the Burt Opera House on April 26th at 7:00pm giving a presentation sharing some of my stories from southern Saginaw County and also from my travels around the state. The event is hosted by the Taymouth
This week is National Library Week and I am grateful that we have a fantastic Library in Saginaw. I wonder if Jesse Hoyt would have ever imagined the Library he so generously built would have microfilm, DVDs, CDs, and computers. I
They say April showers bring May flowers but what does April snow bring? I love snow but I could do without it in April. I am ready for the trees to get green again. On April 26th at 7:00pm I
I took a pic of this old barn on Center Road in Kochville Twp. a few years ago. I drove past it recently and it was laying in a pile of wood and timber with some men working on it.
When I drive down Remington near Saginaw General Hospital I see the field where North Intermediate School used to stand and its almost hard to believe a massive school building once stood there. It’s been about 4 years since the old
In the back of Saginaw’s Forest Lawn Cemetary is a massive stone mausoleum where lumber baron and railroad tycoon Wellington R. Burt is entombed. At the time of his death in 1919, he was the 8th wealthiest person in America and the
I was going thru some of my old photos from a few years ago for Throwback Thursday and I saw this pic I took of Yak’s Deli. It was in the building on the corner of Genesee and Franklin that’s gone
Somehow I ended up at SVSU during this weekend winter wonderland weather event. I stopped and got a pic of Founders Hall. It was built in 1995. It amazes me how much the campus has changed and grown over the