For over one hundred years, thousands upon thousands of golfers, fishermen, boaters and vacationers have enjoyed the atmosphere in and around the small village of Clayton, New York located on the St. Book your summer special NOW! In he played golf in every state during a week, state driving tour of the US. Senior Writers Terry Ross has covered sports as both a print and radio journalist for more than 35 years, and also has served as a consultant to the golf industry in a variety of capacities. Holland splits home time in Colorado and Texas.
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Indianapolis City Market and Indiana Landmarks stage tours of an unusual site usually hidden from public view. Our guided tour of the Catacombs shows you a Roman-looking expanse of brick arches beneath the outdoor Whistler Plaza of City Market. The Catacombs qualify as both a ruin and a redevelopment opportunity. Dietrich Bohlen designed the hall in to complement his earlier work at City Market. Tomlinson Hall burned in January , turning Market Street into an icy lake as firefighters battled the blaze. The city took down the remains later that year. We offer Catacombs tours first and third Saturdays, May through October , with an additional date the last Saturday in October.
A debate over the border wall has sent the US into meltdown. Now officials have discovered an enormous tunnel that could circumvent it. When it comes to castle sieges, prison escapes or even rabbit-proof fences, the solution to finding a wall you cannot climb is to go under it. Border Patrol agents have discovered a tunnel in the process of construction under the border near Hidalgo, Texas. Its entrance was concealed under brush on the nine-metre embankment of the Rio Grande River.
A Walk with the Historian: Part 2. Last week, French Lick Resort historian Jeff Lane took us through the tile floor and Taggart Desk in the first round of this series, highlighting the historic accents of French Lick Springs Hotel that you might not know about. Formerly a crawl space, it grew into a walkway to allow for convenience for both guests and hotel associates. Five months of hand digging was required, and concrete was poured once each 4-foot section was carved out to ensure stability while extending the foundation. The passage is only a few feet wide, so if you extend both hands out to either side, you can get a feel for a pretty old relic.