While on vacation in Colorado last week, my wife’s mission was to see and photograph a bear. Her eyes were focused on the forest and open prairies for a black bear or brown bear. We were lucky and caught a glimpse of a black bear while on a train ride through the mountains, but had this happened to us at our cabin, I think she would have tried to bring one home!
I want to start this post off with this little disclaimer: I am not making fun or mocking anyone and I definitely do not want to hurt anyone’s feelings with the topic of this post! There were several of us at dinner the other night and the conversation, as with any dinner was varied, but someone brought up the subject of words that are usually pronounced wrong here in East Texas.
When Six Flags Fiesta Texas opened their gates in 1992, the park had one roller coaster, The Rattler. After millions of riders throughout its 20 year history, The Rattler will give thrill seekers their last ride on its nearly mile long track on August 5th.
Within the last few months Tyler has seen a couple of new taco shops open up around town. These new restaurants are in addition to the many taquerias that have been here for a long time. The new players to the taco game in Tyler are Rusty Taco and Fuzzy’s Taco Shop. I’d like to know who you think has the best tacos in Tyler.
The 4th of July is coming up Wednesday and firework stands have opened up all around East Texas. In my neighborhood alone, there are four stands selling the them and I’m sure I’ll be stopping by one of them soon to buy some because my daughter has asked when we’re buying fireworks! She began asking the day she saw those portable stands show up on the roadside.
Gas prices here in East Texas were around $3.82 in mid-April and now two and a half months later prices have fallen around $0.70 here in East Texas. Now, don’t get me wrong $3.15 a gallon is still on the high side for gas, but it’s cheaper than it was a couple of months ago and with lower gas prices, AAA says there will be more people on the road for the 4th of July holiday weekend than in the past decade.
Although today is officially the first day of summer, volunteers at PATH (People Attempting To Help) are thinking about the education of East Texas school children for the coming school year. Today PATH kicks off the annual School Supply Train by collecting desperately needed school supplies for school children of Smith County.
A very unique creature roaming the streets of Xinxiang, China, has its residents a bit frightened. This creature is being described as short, four-legged, pink skinned, no hair, having Dalmatian like spots and sporting a white mohawk on its head.
TV shows have produced some pretty cool dads over the years. These fictional dads have given us tons of laughs, performed dances with their daughters, told a ton of funny jokes plus, they’ve sacrificed for their families and taught us many different life lessons.
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