Going Batty
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Going Batty

Not every city can claim a bat colony, but Houston can.  At the Waugh Drive Bat Colony at sunset, a cloud of bats takes flight, almost nightly.  More than 250,000 Mexican free-tailed bats emerge from underneath the bridge at sunset for their nightly flight to feed on insects. Bet you didn’t know bats show up … Continue reading

Culinary Adventure In H-town
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Culinary Adventure In H-town

My friend Hope and I decided to go on a culinary adventure in Houston.  It was a Saturday splurge and the goal was to find interesting places to eat and drink. So off we went to start the day with brunch.  We headed over to the Heights since I’d already found a gem of a … Continue reading

Boomtown Coffee
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Boomtown Coffee

Great latte and breakfast taco….think I’m in love with Boomtown Coffee.  I got up this morning wanting to try a new spot for coffee and after searching on Google, I decided on Boomtown Coffee in the cool and eclectic Heights neighborhood in Houston. Sipping my almond milk latte outside on a lovely Saturday morning absolutely … Continue reading

Houston’s Waterwall
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Houston’s Waterwall

Water cascades down the inner and outer walls of the 64-foot semi-circular architectural fountain that is the centerpiece of Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park.  11,000 gallons of water re-circulates every minute. It’s therapeutic, serene, and peaceful to watch the water fall down the walls. As you get closer to the inner wall the water gets … Continue reading