I’ve attended my share of cooking classes, and I’ve got to say, they tend to be more chaotic than instructional. Enjoyable, but bit out of control. It’s always amazing that a meal actually results from all of the indecision and hand wringing.
I used to skip school with my girlfriend to hang out in the Amon Carter Museum of American Art’s air-conditioned bliss during Fort Worth’s scorching, late summer days. The Amon Carter is still one of the coolest among the many cool museums in Texas.
Packers fans are still talking about the 1967 Green Bay victory over the Dallas Cowboys in what has been called the “Ice Bowl.” It is one of the many great moments in Packers history at the Hall of Fame Museum at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
November is the most special month of the year in our neck of the woods. The breeze is crisp and the events are hot. It’s time to get out and discover something new. Don’t forget, Hill Country communities turn on their Christmas lights on the day after Thanksgiving.
In western North Carolina, about an hour south of Asheville, DuPont State Recreational Forest is an island of public land with majestic waterfalls and 100 miles of multi-use trails. The 10,300-acre nature preserve has a surprising Texas connection.
One hundred years ago, the Farley brothers began a boatbuilding tradition in Port Aransas on the Texas coast that continues today. A group of dedicated volunteers has reopened the Farley Boat Works and revived the shipwright craft on the island.