Tuesday, December 27, 2005

On the Road Again ........

Hope everyone had the merriest of holidays and I wish you all a very happy 2006!!

I'm all set up for a great travel year with a brand new digital compass on my windshield and a new Magellan GPS tool, so I don't get lost. Thanks Santa!

So, ya'll can plan on seeing lots of new information and travel destinations in 2006. And, with all my new interactive tools with my new webhost, you can join me with your adventures as well.

Join Legends of America's new bulletin board, upload your photographs and tell your tales.

Our new guestbook also allows comments from other visitors and the opportunity to upload photographs here as well. Visit the guestbook at: http://www.legendsofamerica.com/guestbook/index.php

Look for lots of new adventures for the new year and thanks for haning with me!!


Friday, December 02, 2005

Vintage Photographs of the Old West

Vintage Photographs of the Old West - I get bunches of emails and guestbook comments about the many vintage photographs on Legends of America. Now, our many guests can order prints of these old pictures at a very reasonable cost.

If you just can't get enough of the American West and are looking to decorate a room, a "saloon," or add that frontier touch to any place in your home or office, you can now get prints of historic photographs at very reasonable prices through Legends of America's online Old West Print Room. From notorious outlaws, to Indian Chiefs, buffalo roaming the range, and pioneers on the trail, this varied collection grows daily.

See all the categories:

Native Americans - Includes Chiefs and Heroes of the American West as well as scenes of Indian Life during the days of the Old West.

Outlaws, Gunfighters, and Lawmen - Heroes, Bandits and other colorful figures of the American West.

Scenes of the Old West - Cowboys, pioneers, traders, and trails

Towns and Cities of the Old West - City and street views of historic towns

Most Haunted American West - The Winners

Thanks to all of you who participated in our Most Haunted poll. Now, you'll find all kinds of tales on those places that you think are the most haunted in the American West.

For Most Haunted Cities in the American West, ya'll say that Tombstone is the most haunted with San Antonio, Texas coming in a close second. Here are the full results:
Tombstone, Arizona
San Antonio, Texas
Denver, Colorado
St. Louis, Missouri
Hollywood, California
Cheyenne, Wyoming
San Diego, California
Seattle, Washington
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Tucson, Arizona

The Alamo, San Antonio, Texas
The Queen Mary, Long Beach, California
Lemp Mansion in St. Louis, Missouri
St James Hotel, Cimarron, New Mexico
Alcatraz Island, San Francisco, California
Whaley House, San Diego, California
Pike Place Market, Seattle, Washington
Bullock Hotel, Deadwood, South Dakota
San Antonio Train Tracks, Texas
Hotel del Coronado, San Diego, California

Read about these haunted places plus a whole bunch more by visiting our Ghostly Legends pages.