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Sneakers Hanging on a Wire

I always thought that shoes are hanging on the wires were a cool fad until I learned something different. In many communities, one can see a pair of shoes swinging on power lines. This practice is called shoe tossing, and … Continue reading

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A Dime Wouldn’t Fit in My Front Pocket!

The Big Dime in the Box And in those miles and miles of Texas, a treasure of unusual town names…..this time, it’s Dime Box, Texas.  I am going to tell a little about the tiny central Texas town of Dime Box. … Continue reading

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Ding Dong, Ding Dong!

Ding Dong! A city in Texas! Woo-hoo! The story what happened to name the city: The town of Ding Dong was founded in the 1930s by a couple of settlers named Bert and Zulis Bell. The Bells ran a country … Continue reading

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The Yarn Bomb!

I took a hike at the Cooperfield Nature Trail that led me into the street. I went down on the street and saw the crochet-covered tree. It was awesome to see the art in front of me. I couldn’t resist … Continue reading

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Curious Wanderer at Laguna Gloria

Among the most celebrated recent works by Friedman under this umbrella are the artist’s crushed aluminum foil roasting-pan figures, through a process of molding and lost wax casting, the figures are eventually converted into stainless steel while retaining the detail … Continue reading

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The Baseball Freak on the Neighborhood

It must be a Bucs baseball fan somewhere in Austin. I don’t know if it is a professional baseball team or just a league team.   6104 Club Terrace Austin, Texas

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Round Rock Veterans Park

The Round Rock Veterans Monument was built by the City of Round as a place of honor and remembrances for all that are serving or have served to protect and defend our American heritage. I just learned that the park … Continue reading

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