Dec 122023
 

Note: This story is from my book Highway History And Back Road Mystery II. These days, Eastland, Texas is a quiet little town located just off Interstate 20, between Fort Worth and Abilene. But at one time Eastland was a bustling place as the county seat and the center of trade for the local oil […]

Nov 122023
 

Note: This is a repost of a story from our days as fulltime RVers. Ford’s Theatre in Washington D.C. has a long and interesting history. Most of us know it as the place where President Abraham Lincoln was shot by John Wilkes Booth on April 14th, 1865, as the president and his wife attended a […]

Eaten By A Trash Can

 Posted by at 12:54 am  Nick's Blog
Jun 252021
 

Wednesday night was one of those nights where I just couldn’t get to sleep, no matter how hard I tried, and I was up and down all night. For some reason, my ribs were aching terribly on the left side, which is the position I sleep in while spooning Terry. So when I finally did […]

Nov 142018
 

Note: This story is from my book Highway History And Back Road Mystery II. These days, Eastland, Texas is a quiet little town located just off Interstate 20, between Fort Worth and Abilene. But at one time Eastland was a bustling place, as the county seat and the center of trade for the local oil […]

Jan 312018
 

Popular history, television, and movies made a hero out of Wyatt Earp, who blazed his way to glory in the gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone. The truth is that while Earp was a sometime lawman, he was also a gambler, pimp, and a saloon owner, all acceptable careers in the Old West. And […]