Exploring the Texas Independence Trail Region – Day 3

On day 3 of our Texas Independence Trail Region tour, we left La Porte and took the long way around to Bolivar Peninsula so we could ride the Galveston-Port Bolivar Ferry. Debbie had never ridden on a ferry so I thought we should give it a go. And, I mean, free ferry ride, who am…

Exploring the Texas Independence Trail Region – Day 2

We started day 2 of our Texas Independence Trail Region tour, loading up on delicious kolaches at the Original Kountry Bakery in Schulenburg, part of the Texas Kolache Trail. If you’re wondering what a kolache is, check out this post from Feeling Foodish. While the quaint little town of Round Top is indeed something to…

The Shape of Texas – Literally

January was a long month for my husband and me. We both dealt with a few weeks of having Covid so, needless to say, I wasn’t blogging much. During that time, I did get to think about things and, as always, my beloved Lone Star State filled my head, particularly the shape of it. Let’s…

Setting Goals as Big as Texas for 2021

I don’t know about you but for decades I have made resolutions at the beginning of a new year. I always have good intentions of following through with them. Invariably, those resolutions go by the wayside. As I sit in my home in San Angelo, I’ve given some thought to where I would like to…

My Texas Culinary Holiday Gift Guide

A couple of weeks ago, I shared a gift guide of Texas items for the holidays. I didn’t include culinary options so I thought I’d do a part two gift guide, but this time only focusing on the great eats of Texas. I encourage you to Eat in the Heart of Texas and share your…