A Visit to the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library

When your 80-year-old mother comes to town, what do you do on a hot humid Texas weekend?  We decided to head to College Station and visit the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library.   History of Presidential Libraries In 1939 President Franklin Roosevelt began looking for a solution to the problem of Presidential records.  Up until that

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Dry Comal Creek Winery and the San Antonio Road Runners Labor Day Whine Run

On Labor Day (1st Monday in September) in the US, a unique wine event takes place.  This is a cooperation between a High end subdivision’s Home owners association, a Real-estate Developer and Winery and a Running club.  The San Antonio Road Runners Labor Day Whine Run.  This 5 mile race through the Vintage Oaks subdivision

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