Recap of an American Roadtrip, part 3
the premier marina facility for megayachts within the Caribbean.
...in which we find out what's happening these days at the sites of last week's boring postcardst!
View from Art Museum and Skyline,
The view from the Philadelphia Art Museum is still there. A number of new buildings attest to the continuing vitality and development of the City of Brotherly Love.
“World’s Greatest Highway”
The Pennsylvania Turnpike is still there. In fact, there's more of it. Twice as much Blue Mountain Tunnel, for instance.
Burpeeana Giant Zinnias Growing for Seed on Floradale Farms in California
On U.S. Highway No 1. 14 miles South of Washington D.C. 7 miles South of Historic Alexandria, Virginia. Individual colonial cottages.
Keystone Court no longer exists. Indeed, it seems to have left very little impression in the fabric of time except this postcard and a few entries in period business directories. With changes to the landscape and the street numbering system in the ever-burgeoning suburbs of Northern Virginia, it is pretty tough to figure out where the individual colonial cottages once stood. The site of this newish post office is my unconfident best guess. If you've got a better best guess, it's time to stand up and be counted!
ST. THOMAS, U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS
Yacht Haven and West India Company Docks