Yeah, it was during the drought...taken near the MST in a parking area about 3/4 mile south of the main entrance to the park.
Yeah...kind of. ^_^ Here is a link to their website. If you click on "The Sloss Story" below the main caption, it will tell about the history of the Sloss Furnaces.
Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark
Yeah, there are some urban legends too. The October event is more well-crafted than many others in the region.
I just noticed that Disturbed is playing at Sloss Furnaces on May 9, 2008. It's not a band I'm interested in though.
Sloss Fright Furnace
Yes, the cemetery is actually in this person's front yard. An uncommon ordeal to say the least.
A view of the alpine summit of 5,344-foot (1,629-meter) Mount Marcy from the southern slope at Schofield Cobble in the Adirondack High Peaks Region of Upstate New York. It is the highest point in New York State. If you look closely at the full view, you'll notice yellow blazes on the mountain which mark the trail to the summit.
I absolutely HATE all the signs and mess that they've put here, but what can you do?
It's a beautiful bridge, despite the horrible distractions.
Foxx, ;-) thank you! Wendy has a good family tree, her children are in many countries. But in secret, I think, she is a bit lazy and for a watchdog too friendly, even when she barks, she looks friendly. ;-) But she is perfect with the kids! Greetings, May
Hello, Palmina! May said, I should answer you and Ancsa directly. In my farmer's family my grandgrandparents, the Bernese, used to deliver the milk to the dairy, but we don't anymore. Sometimes, I pull the children with the cart - which is still in the shed - we all enjoy it very much. I am exhausted now, because I played with my friend Neal, the white Retriever. May told me that you love dogs and that your dogs eat up cakes. - I, for me, prefer a good bone, so if ever you come to see me, don't forget… I think, you are a good lady! Please give Spencer, Oliver and Reuben my regards, they look very handsome!
Ancsa, thank you! All people say so ;-) I am friends with May, she told me about all the greetings. So nice of you.
If I remember correctly, the light is only one of two like that still operating in the United States. I believe the other one is located in Beacon, New York. It's been awhile, but I remember seeing that light changing from red to yellow before turning to green. Of course, it works like all others today.
This small house is the birthplace of President Andrew Johnson, who was born in the kitchen here on December 29, 1808. Built in the late 1700s, the house was originally located on Fayetteville Street near the State Capitol in downtown Raleigh. It was purchased by the Colonial Danes in 1904 and moved to Mordecai Historic Park. The Andrew Johnson birthplace, along with the nearby Mordecai House, are said to be haunted.
Hermosa foto, da vértigo mirarla.