Welcome to Fred and Ann's homepage



Neat things and links

Basket Makers' Cookbook

Fred has compiled a small cookbook over the past several months. All of the recipes were gleaned from an on-line e-mail discussion group made up of basketmakers.

Baskets, Etc.

Linda Braun's award winning site that has just about everything related to baskets. A great place to look for e-mail addresses and web links to other basket makers.

National Craft Association

This award winning site has a little of everything for the professional and occasional crafter. Be patient, even at 28.8, this site takes a little time to load.

Everton's Genealogical Helper

Everton's is a must site for anyone doing genealogical research, or thinking about doing research. This award winning site has a lot of things for everyone.

Our Model Railroad Empire

Documents the progress of our construction of an N-scale room-sized layout.

Walther's Model Railroad Mall

If you are interested in model railroading, check out this site. It will have something for you, regardless of scale.

Railroad Photo Gallery

These pages, are the beginning of a collection of online railroad related pictures, many of which will be about the Wabash Railroad

Sauder Historic Village

Historic Sauder Village is located on Route 2 just east of Archbold, Ohio. Founded by Erie Sauder, who also founded Sauder Woodworking, the village is a collection of historic buildings and artifacts from around northwest Ohio. In addition to the village, which is open from late April till the end of October, the complex also contains The Barn Restaurant, The Bakery, and the Heritage Inn, which are open year round. The complex also has an extremely nice campground with 36 sites.

Floral City Kiwanis

This link takes you to the home page of the Floral City Kiwanis Club in Monroe, Michigan. Fred has served three terms as president of this club, and is currently the club Vice President. Ann has served as Vice President and President - Elect, and is currently serving as club President.


E-mail: Fred Lux or Ann Lux

This page update 3/21/2002