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Have fun Trick or Treat This is one of the best weeks of the year a week that brings out the kid in all of us. It is a week to dress up in strange costumes and go BOO! If you haven't got your jack-o-lantern yet and you live in the southern western Michigan area go see Gene the Pumpkin Man. He is ...
Valley of Fire North end of Lake Mead. This is the local where a lot of old sci fi movies were shot. The last one I knew about was "Star Trek Generations"
October 1962 where were you, do you remember? Not yet a twinkle...do you remember your history, or is it taught anymore? Do you remember what brought back a week of "duck and cover"? I got this in my email today and thought it was very important to remember. Today is the anniversary of the Cuba...
Consider the ballot, the power of your vote. Just because this is not a big Presidential year or even election of Congress does not mean you should forget to do your civic duty. This year in Texas there are a number of Constitutional Amendments very important to Texas real estate. Proposition 1...
Speechless Sunday Note the stone bridge right below Zion National Park
Today in history: October 17, 1835 The first resolution formally creating the Texas Rangers is approved. Well yes this is important, considering we live in Texas, but more important I met my soul mate. I know Bill has related some of our history, but today I want to wish HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the ...
I Need Your Help. Your Reward? Great Blogs With Great Info. REBlogworld/Blogworld Expo In Las Vegas!
Las Vegas is fun to vist hope this helps you win photo courtesy of nodomain1 I love blogging. You may have noticed before, but it's a fact, I love to blog about real estate. It's good for my business, but I actually find it enjoyable too. In that vein, I would like to make it to this year's Blo...
This is one is surley worth reading. Make sure you check out the whole series. This is part of my "Learning something new...." history series using United States postage stamps as our history book. To read previous posts in this series, simply click here. The next stamp in our history book is t...