During the American Revolutionary War, George Washington took refuge in Morristown, NJ at Ford Mansion.
Is Fourth of July really this week? Our summer senses are tingling from the yummy smell of backyard BBQ’s to the sound of summer tunes. Before you head out of work tomorrow to celebrate the holiday check out these real estate headlines: By now we are sure you have heard the buzz about the TomKat [...]
I wrote this a couple of years ago and wanted to share it again because it remains relevant today. Just as I wrote back on May 27, 2010, my wife and I are again headed to our Lake Michigan area cottage for the Memorial Day weekend. I also continue to love our great country and am incredibly in awe of those who serve our country in the United States military.
I finally had a chance to get to the recent edition of Money Magazine which ranks the top 100 places to live in America. Louisville, Colorado (don’t pronounce it Lou-ee-ville…that’s in Kentucky) is the #1 place to live the nation. Money wrote, “Here’s a cheerful mail carrier buying lemonade from a kid’s sidewalk stand; there’s a throng of 10-year-olds making a pit stop at the ice cream parlor; everywhere neighbors are waving.” What is this town? Pleasantville?
Amercians love their home towns. We all have nicknames for the places we live. Some are well known to residents across the country, while others are more exclusive to those living within the city limits. I was curious when I saw a survey put out today by InboxQ that relates to how Amercians refer to their hometowns on Twitter.