I recently came across a list on Facebook entitled “How Texan Are You?” It was a list of 100 statements for you to check based on what you’ve experienced in Texas. Since I was born and raised in the Lone… Read More ›
I’m not really a bird watcher. However, I’ve been in a number of locations at the right time to see magnificent feathered creatures across Texas. Enjoy!
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I had the opportunity to visit the Cockrell Butterfly Center located inside the Houston Museum of Natural Science. There’s something about butterflies and their beautiful colors that always makes me smile. For more information about the Cockrell Butterfly Center and… Read More ›
With crazy winter weather taking place across the U.S. and around the globe, I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for Spring. In respect to Pennsylvania groundhog and weather forecaster, Punxsutawney Phil, I choose to ignore his extended cold-weather… Read More ›
Normally, this blog focuses on travel in Texas. On this day, I’m switching gears to honor one of the most wonderful Native Texans I’ve ever known. I can’t be sure but I’m guessing I’m one of the few grandchildren, aside… Read More ›
While I’m looking forward to 2014, I went through my photographs and thought I’d share my travels across Texas in 2013. What a great ride and I’ve barely touched the surface. Happy New Year and Safe Travels!!!