Tag Archives: Houston

Historic Conroe

My mind is on warmer climes these days, and I had a lovely time exploring historic downtown Conroe with my brother over the Christmas holiday. We lunched at The Red Brick Tavern on 119 Simonton Street twice. The walls have posters of famed country singers and there is a stage section for live music. Burgers […]

Fall creatures of Texas

Thanksgiving was spent warming up in Houston, and we encountered a few lovely creatures on our day trips. Between Washington on the Brazos and Round Top we saw grasshoppers, caterpillars, butterflies (most of which I have yet to identify) and longhorns.   After watching the fabulous “Flight of the Butterflies” we spotted three monarchs during […]

A visit to MOCAH

Collage detail by Rhonda Radford Adams While I visited family in Houston over the holidays I was introduced to the owners of MOCAH, The Museum of Cultural Arts Houston. The Museum’s mission is to develop community based public art and cultural programming. The organization specializes in public art, mostly mosaics, and is currently working on […]

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