2021, the world’s second year living with Covid-19. There is a lot going on on this rock, spinning through space, and a lot of it is frightening but we can’t forget to live and to experience the world around us. I have done my best to expand my travels and to explore the different topics
We spent the forth of July visiting some friends in Amarillo. This trip was way too short and we didn’t get to see everyone we would have liked to. Both Keltin and I went to college in the Texas Panhandle and the region holds a special place in our hearts. Saturday We started out enjoying
Today is my birthday and I have decided to emulate Tolkien’s Hobbits today and give all of my followers a gift. Over the past year I have been working on a project: to help people who aren’t sure where to start plan a trip to the Lone Star State. This new page of my site
This trip we didn’t drive from Dallas to Kansas. We actually flew to Amarillo before driving to Johnson. Typically it is a three hour drive between the two but not on the drive back to Amarillo. When we left Johnson it was 3℉ and there were three inches of snow on the ground. Despite the
I went to college in the Texas panhandle. The Amarillo area has a bit of interesting art work around it. I find these pieces of art to be intriguing and they add a bit of color to the area. Tex Randall – Canyon, TX Tex Randall stands overlooking highway 60. He was built in 1959
My thoughts as an Alumni regarding hometowns, college towns, and professors that made a difference. Click to read more.
My First Weekend Wanderings Post! Explore the great state of Texas with me. Click in to read more.