Tag Archive: Hill Country

Quintessential Texas Vacation

Porch time… Swimming holes… Or rivers, in town… And out of town… Dance halls…   And don’t forget to hit all the thrift stores and fruit stands for souvenirs! My husband had the… Continue reading

When the People Are Away

This week I am going to cheat be creative with my 1 Day 1 World Project entry, for 1:00 – 2:00 am. I didn’t do anything at all last week, and here is… Continue reading

Nature at Night

Millions of Mexican free-tailed bats have a summer home in Texas.  They live in large colonies scattered across the state.   We went to watch them emerge at sunset from the Devil’s Sinkhole near… Continue reading

Textile Traditions on Independence Day

This past weekend, we went out to our favorite Hill Country town, Rocksprings, for the re-dedication ceremony for the newly restored 1891 county courthouse.  Edwards County has a strong history of sheep and… Continue reading

Paperwork and Photographs

January is the time of year when I want to be outside working if the weather is nice, and inside quilting or weaving if it isn’t.  But instead I seem to spend the… Continue reading

Blue Norther

I was in the Hill Country this morning when a cold front blew in.  The clouds looks like waves in the ocean as they rolled through in less than 20 minutes.

Why I Always Watch Where I Am Going

(Herpetologically-challenged people beware – there are snake photos further along.) Over the weekend we went to our place in the Hill Country with friends.  I remembered my camera, but left its rechargeable battery… Continue reading

Mini Hill Country Trip and Two Lovely Ladies

I had to run up to the Hill Country this week – the trip is long and the days are short so I couldn’t get too many pictures, but here are a few.… Continue reading