Posts tagged: texas

22-Feb-2014
Went on another mini-roadtrip today

Checked out some properties. Been meaning to take that drive across Lake Tawakoni through Quinlan.


04-Jan-2014
Flea Market Stories: Gary the Bookseller

Gary has been selling used books at Vikon Flea Market for nearly 25 years. My discovery of his shop is what drew me to the place nearly seven years ago. Bibliophiles could spend hours perusing the books lining the dusty bookshelves of his store, which boasts an eclectic and impressive collection of rare and hard-to-find [...]


13-Nov-2013
sunlight reflecting on building

sunlight reflecting on building


13-Nov-2013
Seems it was a painful passing. Rest in peace, gutter squirrel.

Seems it was a painful passing. Rest in peace, gutter squirrel.


16-Feb-2013
Taking Taco for a walk in a park in Irving, Texas


04-Nov-2012
Sometimes you’re the road. Sometimes you’re the roadkill.

Sometimes you're the road. Sometimes you're the roadkill.

When Mother Nature meets technology, it’s usually the critters that suffer. Bad day for wildlife out there on those Texas roads.

Possum

Armadillo


14-Oct-2012
Another stack of Koogmo #3 has been dispersed around downtown Dallas

Another stack of Koogmo #3 has been dispersed around downtown Dallas

Confused tourists will now have something to read while wandering lost through that weekend ghost town.
Again as before the only life that can be found are the shuffling bums outside the Greyhound bus station and the weary travelers who are trying their best not to make eye contact or strike up any conversation. The [...]


06-Oct-2012
On Highway 19 in Hopkins County, Texas heading up to the cabin

A little Lightnin’ Hopkins for the road.


30-Sep-2012
Scoping out investment property

Just being a lookie-loo and snooping around…


16-Jun-2012
508 Park Avenue

508 Park Avenue

Lately, one of my favorite pasttimes has been listening to “Texas Blues Radio” on KNON 89.3FM while I’m driving to take the dogs for their daily walk. Sometimes I’ll hear interesting and amusingly unpolished segments on Texas history, where I learn about guys like Sam Houston and Davy Crockett. Yesterday I learned about Robert Johnson.
They [...]


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