• Brighton Pier & Royal PavillionIt begins my 2016 journey in the U.K.
  • Rye & The Mermaid InnVisit the town, the Inn and the Lamb House
  • Canterbury Cathedralplus Canterbury's beguiling Riverside Walk
  • The Seaside Town of MargateHome of the Turner Contemporary Museum
  • Glasgow & its Kelvingrove MuseumTake a tour of modern Glasgow
  • Edinburgh, ScotlandThe National Galleries & Historic Sites
  • Beautiful Scottish BordersRosslyn Chapel & Melrose Abbey
  • The National Trust Petworth Houseplus the delightful Angel Inn
  • Valletta, MaltaTour this unique island
  • Lunt & Fontanne's 'Ten Chimneys'plus Inn at Park Terrace in Wisconsin
  • Milwaukee Art Museumplus Pabst Blue Ribbon Brewers Inn
  • Journey of the Armstrong House Chandelierplus Historic Savannah
  • The Miracle of Maple SyrupVisit a sugarhouse in northwestern Pennsylvania
  • Edinboro, My HometownIn "Pennsylvania's little corner"
  • Visit Cloudy Western North CarolinaSee Biltmore, Toxaway and Highlands
  • Great Houses of Southwest EnglandMansions & Castles, Part One
  • Doc Martin's Port Isaacplus Padstow & Falmouth
  • Poldark's BotallackMinack Theatre & St. Michael's Mount
  • Cornwall's SeasideFowey, Polperro & Lyme Regis
  • Dartmoor National ParkLondon Museum & Wells Cathedral
Brighton Pier & Royal Pavillion1 Rye & The Mermaid Inn2 Canterbury Cathedral3 The Seaside Town of Margate4 Glasgow & its Kelvingrove Museum5 Edinburgh, Scotland6 Beautiful Scottish Borders7 The National Trust Petworth House8 Valletta, Malta9 Lunt & Fontanne's 'Ten Chimneys'10 Milwaukee Art Museum11 Journey of the Armstrong House Chandelier12 The Miracle of Maple Syrup13 Edinboro, My Hometown14 Visit Cloudy Western North Carolina15 Great Houses of Southwest England16 Doc Martin's Port Isaac17 Poldark's Botallack18 Cornwall's Seaside19 Dartmoor National Park20

Welcome to Bull in the Hall Way

Following my first month of retirement, I fulfilled a lifelong dream and traveled to Russia to visit St. Petersburg. Coming home, I created what I called a “Picture Book” with entries from my travel journal and dozens of my photographs of Russia and my stop-over in London. I made a few copies and sent them to friends. Other friends, however, heard about this Picture Book, and asked for copies. Exhausting several ink cartridges, I made a dozen more books.

As time and travel continued, I created Picture Books of later trips to Europe and the United States. The list of friends who requested copies grew longer and longer. The cost of ink soared.

Friend Jerry Nyman said, “Why don’t you create your own website? Your friends can see your photographs and stories on line, download them if they wish, and save you the cost of ink.” I jumped. “Will you help me create a website?” I asked. “Let’s get busy,” he said.