This old drug store is next door to where we're staying. The Greyhound station is across the street.
The impressive McWilliams Building, a skyscraper in its day, is in the heart of downtown, its many rooms empty. This is its back side.
The back door of this men's clothing store has a fun image.
The home below belonged to Blanche Clark Cutrer, who inspired a character in Tennessee Williams's work.
T. Williams's grandfather was pastor at the Episcopal church, below.
The Methodist church has fascinating architecture!
|This home is for sale for $285,000.|
The pink building was once an ice house and then an ice cream parlor. Next door (the little house) is Hooker Grocery, a nice eatery.
The McWilliams Building from the front -- it needs some TLC:
And now the murals:
I like this little store, Miss Del's.
Plenty of stores have spots to "sit a spell."
I'll end with a few more baby pictures, okay?
He's a very good baby and sleeps well, but Anna still could use a nap or three.