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
Its been a cold and dreary winter with little snow so I thought I would post this pic of the Montague Inn from a few years ago. Here is some history I found out about the grand estate on their website.
I came across this picture of The Halls of Montezuma a few years ago but I did not understand its significance to Saginaw. I have always wondered about it and then I came across the name of Curtis Emerson in a
I keep hoping we will get some snow so I can go out and get some photos of the holiday lights with some fresh powder. It looks like we are going to have a wet Christmas instead of a white
I found this photos of workers decorating the water tower on the roof of Plant 1 for Christmas. Steering gear started out as Jackson, Church, and Wilcox on Hamilton Street in Old Town. The factory became Plant number 1 of
I saw this old barn near Brant back when we had colorful leaves on the trees. I am not sure why I forgot to post it but I am now. I figure its a nice pic since it’s been so
A pic from a while ago when there was snow on the ground. I know it has a different name now but I still call it St Helens since it was the church my grandparents went to every Sunday. I
I figure since today is Thursday I should do a throwback Thursday photo. Instead of going way back to over a century ago, I am going back about a fortnight to the snowstorm in Mid November. I took this pic of
I will be at the Arthur Hill Holiday Bazaar this Saturday, December 1st. I will have Calendars, Lost In Michigan books and Saginaw T-Shirts. I only have a few Pure Saginaw calendars left so be sure to get there early.
I saw this old meat market on the corner of Bond and Mackinaw and it made me realize that when I was growing up we always drove to the store. It must have been nice to be able to walk a