It’s been a long while since our last Name This Place contest, since last July when JRGordon took over, to be exact. For those of you who are new around these parts, Name This Places contests are usually a week-long festival… Read More ›
As I mentioned yesterday, due to my natural soft-hearted nature, our famous and infamous list of 101 Places is actually a list of 106 Places, but I make no apologies. It’s not the list I would have come up with… Read More ›
Today and tomorrow, we will finally, at long last and after much fretting, announce the list of 101 Mississippi Places To See Before You Die (shortened to 101 Places for convenience). For those of you who weren’t around from start… Read More ›
It was November 19, 2010, when I posted what I thought would be a fun somewhat off-beat Friday post, entitled “Miles to Go Before I Sleep.” Examining a new book I had bought called 1001 Buildings You Must See Before You… Read More ›
Martin Seigrist and Susan Allen split the 4 points on this morning’s place – which was J.R. Gordon’s 1903 Wilkinson County Courthouse in Woodville. One more detail shot to work out and later I’ll crown our winner!
Yesterday afternoon’s photo was of the Tippah County Courthouse in Ripley (correctly IDed by MartinSeigrist) which was designed by N.W. Overstreet (thanks SusanAllen) and built in 1928 (CRPIII). Here’s how the standings look going into this final day of competition… Read More ›
Susan Allen snagged another 4 points for knowing that this morning’s photo was the Simpson County Courthouse in Mendenhall (Andrew Bryan, 1907). This afternoon, I bring you another detail shot: