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10 Things I’ve Learned – March 2012

1. South Florida should really be underwater. This sounds like it’s my own personal opinion, but it’s actually a matter of science. Before people starting moving into the area, damning up and creating waterways, pretty much everything south of Lake Okeechobee was under water. It might have been a shallow “river of grass”, but underwater [...]

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States #21-25 in Photos

Florida In Key West, roosters abound. We took 80 photos of roosters while in the “Southernmost City” of the United States, but this one is my favorite. I imagine this is what the world would look like after an apocalypse where only roosters (and hens) survive and rise to reign as the animals in control. [...]

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Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo – Houston, TX

Everything is indeed, bigger in Texas. While that might be a bit of conjecture at times, it certainly applies to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. It’s the world’s largest live entertainment and livestock exhibition, and also includes the richest regular season rodeo event. Twenty days of rodeo, world-class live music, and livestock shows, all in a [...]

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Playlist – Texas

Verbose as we are, there is no way we can spend the next year constantly yelling talking to each other. Terrible as it may sound to the ears of an outsider, singing as loudly as possible is a frequent occurrence in The Highland Flinger (THF). We will make a playlist of what we’re slappin’ the air bass [...]

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Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Preview

When: March 1st-20th, 2011 What: The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is the world’s largest live entertainment and livestock exhibition. It also includes the richest regular-season rodeo event. The show features championship rodeo action, livestock competitions, concerts, a carnival, pig racing, barbecue, shopping, and livestock auctions. Where: Reliant Stadium, Houston, TX Why: Since 1931, The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo [...]

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