Follow the Texas Revolution-ary trail!

Follow the Texas Revolution-ary trail!

If your a native (or early adoptee) Texan, throughout the months of March and April, you can take a quantum leap back in time… to seventh grade Texas History!  Minus the skin problems.  If you went through seventh grade in another state… we’re so sorry.  Your make-up test is scheduled for April 23, 2016.  We’re already a little behind, so let’s get right down to the history lesson.  There are some dates you need to

Takeaways from our first RV Show

Takeaways from our first RV Show

I had a completely different, wildly-inappropriate (for a PG site) title for this article.  Let’s just say that the Houston RV Show was our first… RV show, and we’ll leave it at that.  Now that I’ve gotten it out of my system… Before the RV Show We got there before the doors opened.  We had a plan: look at every class A gas rig at the show.  If we had time, we’d look at, “diesel

Brazos Valley Worldfest 2015

Brazos Valley Worldfest 2015

We haven’t been able to get out on the road much for the last few months.  Even weekend getaways require both time and money.  Both of those resources are in short supply at the moment, until either the photography business, or the oil and gas job market, picks up.  We’re getting a little bit of cabin fever, or, at least I am. So, when I got my hands on a bookmark-sized piece of cardstock advertising

Texas Renaissance Festival: 9 things to know before you go

It’s an annual sight in Magnolia and Plantersville: lines of cars backed-up so far that their traffic signals get the next several weekends off and traffic cops take over.  This is the Texas Renaissance Festival – seventeen days of turkey legs, mead and fake British accents delivered with varying degrees of skill.  It starts the first weekend in October and continues thru November, and the traffic is only the beginning of the insanity.  Luckily for