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Musings about life and real estate in College Station and the Brazos Valley. Subjects include College Station and Aggieland real estate, Brazos Valley and College Station real estate market conditions, College Station and Bryan events, and comments and stories about flying and sailing.
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Dear readers,Today, I simply want to say from my family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving! Please drive carefully, eat moderately, love a lot and get back home safely.Good luck at the game on Friday!Here's a nice poem for the day:Thanksgiving is a time for giving thanks;However, the reception's not so...
11/21/2007
Dear readers,This is a quick post to let you know that the Texas Aggie Bonfire burned bright last night. The stack was ignited at 8:30 last night, with a crowd of 3,000 attending. Igniting the five-tiered stack was banned over the weekend due to a burn ban in Robertson County. The ban was lifted ...
11/20/2007
Dear readers,WHOOP!After receiving over three inches of rain over the weekend, Robertson County commissioners lifted the burn ban and cleared the way to ignite the five-tiered bonfire tonight just north of Hearne.The burn is scheduled to take place between 7 and 8 pm. Admission is $5 per car. Shu...
11/20/2007
Dear rancher friends,December 1st is the 10th Annual Fall Stocker Cow Sale at the Bryan Livestock Auction on Hwy 21 in Bryan, Texas. Sale begins at 11 am.All cattle are young and screened for quality. Call today to consign quality young females.Also featured:Double Creek Angus BullsPat Griswold C...
11/19/2007
Dear readers,The Eagle, Bryan & College Station's hometown newspaper reported that growth in the Brazos Valley is "slowing," but not experiencing an economic decline.The Eagleemploys economistĀ Karr Ingham to compile a monthly index of theĀ Brazos Valley's economy. The index remained stable, gainin...
11/18/2007
Dear readers,It's time for College Station's Christmas in the Park. The annual affair will be held at College Station's Central Park beginning on November 21 and ending on January 2. The hours are 6 - 11 pm.The event features:Free Hay ridesFree Hot Chocolate and CookiesEntertainmentVisit with San...
11/17/2007
Dear readers,This is just a quick post to say, "Watch your speed in the local school zones." Someone near and dear to me received a citation from College Station's finest last week for speeding in a school zone.It just goes to remind me how important it is to keep our speed down. We aren't 10 min...
11/17/2007
Dear readers,But for graduation, this is probably the busiest week in Aggieland.First, this Friday is the annual match-up between the Aggies and the little school down the road. The Aggies aren't having the best football season, but that doesn't take away enthusiasm for this game. You never know ...
11/16/2007
Dear readers,This is the weekend of the third annual Maroon and White Ball (www.maroonandwhiteball.com).This year the ball is being held at the new Brazos County Expo Center, which is a great new facility. Gates open at 4 p.m. on Saturday and the cook-off lasts until 7 pm.What cook off? The calf ...
11/16/2007
Dear readers,What great weather we are having here in College Station, Texas.One event in the Brazos Valley this weekend is Worldfest (www.brazosvalleyworldfest.org). This year Worldfest will be held on Saturday, November 17, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m in "Historic Downtown Bryan."Worldfest features c...
11/16/2007
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Musings about life, homes and real estate in College Station and the Brazos Valley. Subjects include College Station and Aggieland real estate, Brazos Valley and College Station real estate market reports, College Station and Bryan events, and comments and stories about flying and sailing.