Last Monday I shared a few images from Fresno High School’s 1968 yearbook; and while I certainly plan to feature more of the same in the future, I just couldn’t resist having a look at something completely different today. Late last month at the flea market I discovered a small photo album that I instantly fell in love with — […]
I just happened to come across this post card this afternoon; it was sent to me as a freebie several months ago when I ordered an item from a wonderful Etsy seller in Ukraine — her shop is called Old Treasures From Kiev. I already knew a few things about the history of the region, but I’ll admit that although […]
We’ve had a number of devastating wildfires in California over the past few months, and most recently two fires burning in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest caused the week-long closure of Interstate 5. I have to admit I’ve never spent much time exploring this beautiful portion of Northern California — although I’ve traveled through and collected some colorful post cards! Huell […]
As I promised last week, today’s Memory Monday features a series of post cards from scenic Northern California — specifically, the Feather River, the small town of Quincy in Plumas County, and Lake Tahoe. I’m not sure of the year these photos were taken, but you can probably make a few guesses based on the appearance of the cars! Memory Monday will be on a break next week while I decide what’s next!
Whenever my dad traveled to Mexico in the summer time and I stayed home, he always made sure to send me a postcard or two. In August 1973 he sent the above image of Matehuala — one of my favorite towns we had visited — and wrote: “Just a few lines to say Hi and tell you I’m in San Luis Potosi. […]