Picturesque views. Serene settings. Wide-open appeal. “Going out to the country and relaxing … it quiets the soul.”
Sharp-eyed viewers might have recognized that some of those container and window boxes used on “Fixer Upper” homes were purchased at a Waco business owned by Brett and Debby Boyd.
Waco's own Rear Admiral James Bynum, a former chief of naval air training for Navy and Marine aviators, will be honored.
Why use the Orient Express as a murder mystery setting? The train’s unique mix of foreigners, luxury and exoticism in an opulent but confined setting made it “perfect” for a whodunit with mustached detective Hercule Poirot.