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
I have not been able to get out and take pics for the past few months so I thought I would share some photos from past years. I hope things will get better and I can’t say thank you enough
A post office named “Redan” opened in the northeastern part of Saginaw County on May 15, 1872 and was closed on February 6, 1874. The office was re-established as Shattuckville on March 6, 1877 and operated until November 20, 1878.
The flowers are blooming and the trees are turning green but I am still hanging out here at home. I was going through my old pics and I saw this one of the river in springtime that I have not
I have been waiting to get out and take some more pics for Pure Saginaw but for now, I have been hanging out at home. Last evening I did not need to leave my home to witness the beautiful sunset.
I miss getting doughnuts from Miller’s Home Bakery. It was on State Street next to Tony’s near Bay Road. They closed at least ten years ago, but every time I go to Tony’s on State, and see the old brick
If there ever was a good time to go to or start a Drive-In theater I am thinking this would be it. The last and only movie I remember going to at a drive In was Cannonball Run with Burt
I spend a lot of time at the libraries in Saginaw doing research or just checking out books to read. Of course, Hoyt Library is my favorite but sadly it is closed along with almost everything else. If you are
I thought about posting a photo of a church but I could not decide which one so here is are the statues at St Andrews Cemetery on Gratiot and West Michigan. Easter is going to be a little different this
The oldest house in Saginaw is the Cushway house. It stands across the street from the YMCA. It originally stood near the corner of Court and Hamilton when it was first built in 1844. Territorial Governor Lewis Cass appointed Benjamin
I took this pic of the sun setting over Lake Linton several years ago. I still remember it because it was in November a bone-chilling cold as it was beautiful. I am looking forward to getting out and seeing more