Lake Buchanan and a submerged town – Texas
If you don’t want to get funny looks from people, you’ll say /buhk hăn uhn/ when in Texas. Lake Buchanan...
Ride the historic M-Line trolley in Dallas
Are you in Dallas and at a loss what to do next? You have already been to the 6th Floor Museum and stood on the Grassy...
George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum...
I’ve always wondered what a Presidential Library is and how it works. We have one here in Dallas, the George W Bush...
Jefferson TX: Shakespeare, train horns, and...
After our little adventure on Caddo Lake, we drove a few miles to the town of Jefferson, where we were spending the...
Caddo Lake in East Texas
“Where are you from?” “Argentina.” “They just had the Carnival, right?”...
A short guide to historical sites of interest in...
The history of Dallas may not be long, but it certainly is interesting. It all began when, in the mid-1800s, John Neely...
One Trip EVERY Month Challenge: Reunion Tower,...
Marianne, over at East of Malaga, came up with a new challenge. It’s called “One trip EVERY month” and it’s...
In search of Bonnie Parker in Dallas
Dallas Dallas is best known for the Cowboys, JR Ewing and as the place where JFK was assassinated but very few people...
You ain’t from around here
The only steakhouse of Sulphur Springs, Texas, does steak night on Saturdays. We get there at about 7. The door opens...
The architecture of Downtown Dallas
I met Penny, from Adventures of a Carry-On, through social media first and in person last week. She’d published an...
Notes from a road trip to the Texas Hill Country
“I’ll need something as collateral, sir. Your keys, your wallet, your watch…” the clerk said. This E-Z gas...
Waiting for the tour guide in Dallas Arts
There was little southbound traffic on the Dallas Parkway on that Saturday morning in late March. The drive from the...