For an updated look at Tucumcari, New Mexico, check out these posts on my new site, Everyday Wanderer Abandoned Westerner Drive-Inn Along Route 66 in Tucumcari Ranch House Cafe Along Route 66 in Tucumcari, New Mexico A nine hour drive west of Kansas City is Tucumcari, New Mexico. It’s about the only town between Amarillo, Texas […]

Chinese New Year is one of five annual festivals celebrated at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.  For more than two decades, the museum has celebrated the event with performances, demonstrations, art, music, and food.  This was the temporary tattoo station featuring Year of the Monkey tattoos. Year of the Monkey Tattoo Photo #1.  A volunteer helps […]

Chinese New Year is one of five annual festivals celebrated at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.  For more than two decades, the museum has celebrated the event with performances, demonstrations, art, music, and food.  Here are three different shots from the event held on Sunday, January 31st. Chinese New Year Photo #1.  A drummer performs […]

Sitting on more than four acres, Pioneer Plaza is a one-of-a-kind experience in the heart of Dallas.  It offers more than 50 bronze statues of cowboys and steers making it the largest bronze monument in the world.  The artist behind the masterpiece, Robert Summers, has other works on display at the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame, John […]

Completed in 1932 as a 50th wedding gift for William Wrigley, Jr’s wife, today the Wrigley Mansion offers tours, a restaurant, and private event space.  Constructed for $1.2 million, the 6,000 square foot home was the smallest of the Wrigley family’s six homes.  This is a closer shot of the ornate foyer ceiling.