Welcome to the Texas White House, home to our 36th president Lyndon Baines Johnson and his family. According to the National Park Service, President Johnson “flew home to his ranch 74 times during his five years in office, living and working for 490 days, or about one-fourth of his presidency, at the Texas White House.”Read More
Now it’s time to hit the road as we start the driving tour of the LBJ ranch, a place that served as a driving force in the life of our 36th president, Lyndon Baines Johnson, shaping how he viewed the world. The Visitor’s Center offers a car audio tour CD featuring information, soundbites and music, which really adds to the experience.Read More
Everything is bigger in Texas, and that is very true of our trip to the Texas White House, home of our 36th president Lyndon Baines Johnson.
You don’t just tour LBJ’s house when you visit: you see a working ranch with livestock, a schoolhouse, an airplane hangar and landing strip, lots of old cars, a state park and a national park with a river running through it, all accompanied by a driving tour CD with soundbites and era-appropriate music.Read More
As we celebrate the birthday of President Benjamin Harrison, here some random and not so random facts about our 23rd president.Read More
It’s the trip that combined President Obama, Martha Stewart, Katie Couric, the Jimmy Dean “Sun” guy, a vibrator giveaway and a Nerd Trip to Grant’s tomb! BlogHer12 was quite a weekend.Read More
We all know that the President of the United States lives in the White House, but do you know which president built the “Brown House?”Read More
As we celebrate the birthday of President John Quincy Adams, here are some random and not-so-random facts about our sixth president.Read More