Aggies vs. Pigs Recap

Review TAMU vs. University of Arkansas 2017 Win 50-43 O/T Okay, the best news of the day is that I survived. Yes, ha, ha, ha but for an old man this game, damn near allowed Lynn to collect on my assets and a very nice Life Insurance policy. Before I begin, I have to say […]

Mosquitoes Suck (Literally)

I really hate mosquitoes. My daughter gets eaten alive. As a toddler, she loves to be outside so we often go on walks in the near by green belt. It’s a wonderful place, but when I get back, it is a win to come out with less than 3 or 4 bites. 1 or 2 […]

Aggies vs. Arkansas Preview

Preview TAMU vs. The University of Arkansas Those, very few of you, that read my post know I do not (normally) offer a preview of an upcoming game. Why? I am simply too emotional to be objective. However as this is such a big game (if for no other reason to confirm the 2nd half […]

11-Year-Old Kid Mows White House

I don’t care what you believe politically, but I think we can all get behind an 11-year-old kid mowing the white house lawn. Apparently he wrote a letter to the President and asked for the honor. Last Friday he got his wish and the President even came outside to tell him good job. Here you […]

Aggies vs. The Cajuns

Recap of the Texas A&M vs.  Louisiana-Lafayette Game 2017 This is football but I am going to throw a bit of a curve ball; I am feeling a bit different regarding the team and Coach Sumlin……..a bit. No, I am not ready to change anything I have said in previous post, rather, I am going […]

Texas A&M Vs. Nicholls State

Recap of the Texas A&M vs Nicholls State Game 2017 Lynn & I left Austin for College Station last Friday mid afternoon and as she listened to C&W music and exchanged text with our daughter in Florida about her family’s plans to ride out Hurricane Irma I was lost in thought about the upcoming Aggie […]

A Few Tree Recommendations

Monterrey Oak Also known as Mexican White Oak.  This is a great shade tree, and very easy to grow and maintain.  Technically a native tree, but only found in landscapes in our part of Texas.  It is a relatively fast growing oak, typically growing 1-2 feet per year with little care, but sometimes grow 3-4 […]

Cactus (->) Cacti, Discus (no ->) Disci…(English is weird).

Cacti are cool…as long as you don’t get speared by one. Actually, the little sliver things (glochids) are sometime worse than the daggers (spines). Also, since we are talking central Texas, have you ever tried to eat one of the pears (technically called “tunas”-how funny is that?)? I have eaten them several times. They are […]

Great website for plant knowledge…

While we have our own plant google in house (Andrew), we are always looking for good information – for our own edification and also to share with our customers. We have collected a lot of sites that we reference or disseminate and this is a great one. http://www.plantanswers.com/   One of the great things about […]

Aggie Football – UCLA

Recap of the Texas A&M vs UCLA Game 2017 In 1979 The Charlie Daniels’ Band released The Devil Went Down to Georgia on the Epic label. The song is about the Devil’s failed attempt to “steal” a young man’s soul through a fiddle- playing contest that involved enticing the young man’s participation using a worldly prize. […]

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