Sunday, April 5, 2009
?-- A My Town Monday Post ... sort of
I got nothing for this week. No really, absolutely zilch regarding Amarillo and the Texas Panhandle.
I have plenty of ideas and things left I want to post about, but they all require either pictures or research, and I simply have not had the chance to gather either in time for this week. So, where does that leave My Town Monday this week? I'll still be hosting a collection of links, but I don't simply want to leave it at that. Therefore I'm going to ask for your help. Ask me a a question any question about Amarillo, The Texas Panhandle, or heck even the entire state of Texas and I'll try to answer.
Heck you can even ask me something about myself. I promise to answer each and every question, though the answer might not be entirely serious. So help me out and ask away.
Jenn Jilks hails from Muskoka, Canada but this week posts about Toronto.
Gary Dobbs takes us to one of his old haunts near Tonyrefail, England.
Lyzzydee takes us to school in Trent Park, England.
Chris educates us on the US involvement in China during WWII.
Debra tells us about the Village of Peninsula, Ohio's Historic and Preservation Foundation.
Patti Abbott unveils the curtain on Detroit, Michigan's Players Club.
Mary blows the horn over Olmsted Falls, Ohio.
Barbara Martin is a Toronto, Canada exhibitionist.
Cloudia has some fascinating neighbors in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Linda McLaughlin dons the ears and visits California's Downtown Disney.
J Winter takes out to the ol' ballgame in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Barrie Summy is remodeling in Sand Diego, California.
Duck! Clair Dickson has a low flying post from Livingston County, Michigan.
PreTzel blogs about Iowa's progressiveness.