Creative July

Jun 27

Creative July

In one of my last posts, I talked about needing a creative outlet in addition to our business goals. This creative work may be writing these blog posts, a short story, a novel or even a poem. I also like to play around with Gimp, Canva, and other photo software. We also want to travel and enjoy our new camper. Sometimes, though, I don’t feel very creative,...

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Texas Rangers Hall of Fame and Museum, Waco, Tx

Jun 22

Texas Rangers Hall of Fame and Museum, Waco, Tx

When you hear Texas Rangers, you either think of the baseball team or the Texas Rangers elite detective force within the state. This museum honors the latter. The Texas Rangers today are a division of the department of safety. They handle the detective work on cases involving kidnapping, terrorism, and organized crime, etc. They assist local law enforcement whenever...

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Twisted Root Restaurant, Waco, Texas

Jun 20

Twisted Root Restaurant, Waco, Texas

We’d heard a lot about the Twisted Root from some locals, so we decided to check it out one day. It’s definitely noticeable with its orange paint job and clever sign. It’s easy to find as well. It’s right off I-35 or if you’re going down Waco Drive, just head towards downtown to 2nd Street. Twisted Root is a chain restaurant popular in...

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Waco Riverwalk and Suspension Bridge

Jun 17

Waco Riverwalk and Suspension Bridge

A few months ago we decided to take a quick ride down to the park in town. The riverwalk had been flooded from rains earlier, but the suspension bridge was open and okay. It was close to sunset when we reached the bridge and walked across it, but it was a nice outing and a nice, quick break from work. The suspension bridge used to be the only bridge crossing the...

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Mayborn Museum, Baylor University, Waco, Texas

Jun 15

Mayborn Museum, Baylor University, Waco, Texas

We wanted something to do one weekend and I got a notification that the Mayborn Museum was having free admission Sunday, so we headed down toward Baylor University to visit. We started in the pioneer town behind the museum. This was a beautiful area with a great view of the river and the Baylor Stadium. We started there because they close earlier than the rest of...

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