Like dust in the West Texas wind, the past 18 months have blown past us, stifling our actions and clouding our memories. Forced into confinement by the prevailing tempests of uncertainty, we adapted to the gale by filling each day with gratitude and reflection.
“What’s New Summer 2018” The dry crackling of grasses and the growing “hummm” of Cicadas have usurped the rich green beauty of the Texas Hill Country. Having learned how to call them into our backyard, […]
“Caution – Impala Crossing” Or…………Watch out, here comes another safari truck! It was a ballet of Impala unfolding around us. Caught between the desire to turn around and the need to rejoin the herd, the […]
Overpowering thirst has finally broken the deadlock. The unbroken drought lies heavy across the Serengeti as tightly bunched families of Zebra await their chance at the waterhole. Filling the dust-laden air with barks and squeals, […]
“Taste of Gold” Dripping from her tongue was the scarcest of riches. It was with power and luck her Pride maintained dominance over the nearby waterhole. The cool of morning had already evaporated and until […]