I recently checked into an upscale hotel in Florida and found the upscale television remote control was encased in an upscale toilet paper role (read here: cardboard tube), with a note on upscale paper telling me the device was “sanitized.”
My son-in-law, Big Jake, frowned across the kitchen island.
The Texas State-Fish Art Contest, headquartered in Athens, at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center, reminds Texas teachers and students the deadline for entries in the 2016 State-Fish Art Contest is March 31.
“I’ll give you a hundred dollars for that hat.”
Texas is ramping up its efforts in the Pineywoods ecoregion of East Texas to fight the invasion of aquatic species that pose significant threats to the state’s environment and its economy. The Texas Legislature has appropriated $6.5 million to fund control measures and research efforts.
On Feb. 6, the Sulphur Springs City Park Pond, also known as the Peavine Pinion Pool, behind the Civic Center, will be the site of the Larry Buster Memorial Sulphur Springs Kids’ Trout Fishing Day.
I was once a teacher, and stayed in the classroom for ten years before moving into administration where I remained until retirement. Those were fun years with the kids, full of their laughter, excitement, tears, raging hormones and learning.
Hunters can show their Texas pride by entering their big game harvest in this year’s Texas Big Game Awards program. The program is accepting entries through March 1.
This past week I was as cold as I’ve ever been.