Monthly Archives: November 2014

Leon Creek Autumn

I previously posted some photos from Lost Maples State Natural Area. Autumn is a good time there. The maples fill the river valley with red and gold. That’s 70 miles from my house. Right behind my house there is even … Continue reading

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Lost Maples Autumn

It’s not New England, but it’s what Texas has to offer. It’s Lost Maples State Natural Area, and it’s about an hour and a half drive from the house, plus a stop for lunch in Bandera. But that’s another story. … Continue reading

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Salute to Armed Forces

This is something good. Tickets were free. I picked up two during intermission the previous Saturday during the concert at Tobin Center. All we had to do was drive down to Trinity University and find a parking place. Unlike the previous … Continue reading

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Italian Market

Yet another excuse for posting vacation photos Every street seemed to be a market. Fresh produce always makes for interesting photos, and it has the kindness to hold still while I set up the tripod. We never did eat anything from … Continue reading

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The Masks of Venice

For no other reason than to put up some vacation photos. Did I mention the weather in Venice at the end of September was absolutely stunning? No better could be spent of our time in the evening but strolling the … Continue reading

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Trains And Planes And Crawly Things

This is the fourth of the series on vacation travel. The first three installments hashed through travails of newbies in a strange land. We figured that once we got things straightened out our travel adventures would wind down. Not quite. … Continue reading

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