From pre-funk to cattywampus, these slang words belong to specific pockets of America.
A photo of a watermelon went viral on Reddit last night, but it wasn’t in its recognizable round shape – it was carved into a dragonhead, and very realistically so.
How would you like this view out your front door? (It's the French Pyrenees.)
Peeling trompe l'oeil wallpaper in the abandoned Chateau de Gudanes.
The stairs in a medieval tower remain at the abandoned Chateau de Gudanes, now being restored by an Australian family in the French Pyrenees.
Here's a DIY project to end all projects: Meet the family that's restoring an abandoned French chateau.
"Once it's complete, it will be a fairytale. But we've just bitten in the poison apple and hope to make it out with our lives—and some electricity." Karina Waters' family is restoring the abandoned Chateau de Gudanes in the French Pyrenees.
Exquisite green wallpaper -- made with arsenic in the 1700s. An Australian family is renovating this abandoned French chateau in the Pyrenees.
Mike Hudson chronicles how he built himself an $8,000 home in a van on his blog, Vandog Traveller. "I have never felt more involved than I have in the past 11 months," he says.
Mike Hudson, aka Vandog Traveller, is following his daydreams across Europe.
Toast sans toaster: In a home that's a converted van like Vandog Traveller's, you don't buy more appliances, you improvise.
Mike Hudson, aka Vandog Traveller, spent $8,000 on a van he converted into a home. Now he's crossing Europe in it. "I've realized how powerful daydreaming is, and how it creates and shapes your reality. I continue to be amazed at how this works."
Welcome to Joseph Gordon-Levitt's pristine frozen-in-time home.
The wood stove isn't original to Billy the Kid's hideout house -- nor is the kiva fireplace in the kitchen -- but both items fit the time period.