The Big Guy and I recently moved to Central Texas. We have enjoyed being closer to family and to exploring the Texas Hill country. Hancock Park in Lampasas, Texas is a 100+ acre park located along Sulfur Creek. Hancock Park includes a playground, walking trail, golf course, swimming pool and Hostess House. In the 1880's … Continue reading Sky Watch Friday: Hancock Park
Last fall the Big Guy and I visited Walt Disney World (Florida). We decided to visit Disney one more time before we moved back out-of-state. In Disney's Hollywood Studio there is a life-size At-At located near the Star Tours ride. I took this with the camera on my Samsung Galaxy S6. Check out The Sky … Continue reading Sky Watch Friday: At-At
Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas, the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor is one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in Texas. Pays tribute to the original building on UMHB's campus. The memorial pays tribute to Luther Hall, the first building constructed on campus when UMHB moved from Independence, Texas in 1886. Luther … Continue reading Sky Watch Friday: Luther Memorial and Bell Tower
Wishing all a Happy New Year. Taken near Liberty Hill Texas Check out The Sky Watch Blog.
From May 1st, 2008. A several of years ago we had Disney passes. Took these pictures on one of trips to Disney's Animal Kingdom. It seems like the smallest of the parks at Disney World however it is actually the largest. The African Safari takes up most of the land for the park. Taken in … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Animal Kingdom
Home to the 12th Man and steeped in tradition Kyle Field is one of the most intimidating stadiums in college football. Kyle Field has been home to Aggie football since 1904 or 1905. The first stadium was completed in the early 1920s with seating for around 500. Today the Kyle Field seats over 80,000. Major … Continue reading Sky Watch Friday: Sunset in Aggieland
The statue in the foreground Barnard's of the Brazos pays homage to Charles and Juana Barnard, founding patriarchs of Glen Rose. The bronze was sculpted by well-known local artist, Robert Summers. Big Rocks, Check out The Sky Watch Blog.