Directly across the street from Rockefeller Center.
After a long day on the southern part of the island, it was time to walk back. Only 4 miles but it seemed uphill. New York probably stays the same over time, but you can also see the new vs. old.
Broadway and Wall Street. Alexander Hamilton rests in the cemetery next to the church. National Treasure fans might recognize the church from the movie.
When I go to DC... and now New York... I immediately have the feeling I need to watch the National Treasure movies.
This is the very first place Shannon and I went in Tuscaloosa. Ashton wasn’t with us on our first visit so she was excited to go with us this time. Brunch after church is always great.
Ashton is very happy with her Tuscaloosa church family. I’m glad we got to attend a service with her.
A historic site that dates back to the 1800’s.
Cooperstown really is what you think a small town should be.
I'm Michael Smith and this website is simply documentation of our travels over the course of 500 days. We are very lucky. We went bowling ... and some other stuff.