Texas born, but I've been almost everywhere in the lower 48. I'm a big "family first" guy, and that's because I'm lucky to have an amazing wife and 4 incredible kids. Two boys, and two girls. We also have two dogs; a Yorkie and a Boxer. When I do have some free time, I enjoy reading, writing, listening to the record player with the kids, and teaching them how to do back flips on the trampoline.
The Battle For Casinos In Texas Is Heating Up. It’s All I’m Seeing.
No matter what side of the fence you may be on, you've surely seen the ads that seem to be everywhere.
Mountain Lions In The Panhandle? Yes, There Have Been Sightings.
Maybe there's some credence to my beer drinking buddy's tall tales after all.
Why Does It Seem Like I Can’t Find Indian Tacos In Amarillo?
If you know where to find a fantastic Indian Taco in this town, please let me know.
There’s A Big Party Happening Next Week On RT 66. You’re Invited.
The water tower at 6th and Independence got a bit of a facelift.
Which Part Of Texas Has The Most Snakes? It Might Surprise You.
Looks like snakes like to keep it weird too, I suppose.
Want To Know Which National Parks In Texas Have RV Camping Spots?
There's a lot of gorgeous land to see in the state of Texas. Honestly, it's pretty much my favorite part of calling the Lone Star State home.
This Is The Scrappiest Little Town In Texas: Wayside
Don't count Wayside out as a ghost town just yet.
Scouting For Food Is Back; Here’s What You Need To Know To Help
Make sure Saturday is marked on your calendar, and that you have your donations ready.
Here Are 3 Reasons Why The Flea Market Is My New Hangout
I can't believe it took me almost ten years to finally go see what it's all about.
Is AI Very Confused And Wrong About The Opera In Amarillo?
Is the AI very confused and wrong, or am I, about the Opera in Amarillo.
What Are These Beautiful Strange Pink Crystals In The Canyon?
I was surrounded by what looked like light pink crystals laying all over the ground.
If Texas Didn’t Have The Bluebonnet, What Would Our Flower Be?
Yes, behold! The rightful, widespread, you're-gonna-see-it-everywhere-you-go "flower" that we should hail as the state flower of Texas.