Twisted Sisters Ride

Ranch Roads 335, 336, and 337, known as the Twisted Sisters Ride, or Three Sisters. These three Ranch Roads offer some of the finest curves to run a motorcycle through in the state. Ever since I heard about this ride I’ve been wanting to go. It’s about 3 hours southwest of where I live in […]

Honk! TX

How refreshing to have a second line in Austin. I don’t visit my former home New Orleans as often as I’d like. We walked, they made music. We would cross the street en masse. The large crowd only getting halfway through the crosswalk before the light would turn green. Yuppies in fancy cars fuming that […]

Winter Solstice Parade

“Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today, to get through this thing called life..” Over 100 souls gathered under an orange and pink sunset for the shortest day in the northern hemisphere. We sang 1999 – Prince, Starman – Bowie, Hallelujah – Leonard Cohen, artists we lost in 2016. Costumes abounded, Christmasy devils, fairies, turtles […]

Skydiving in Central Texas!

Skydiving has been on my bucket list for several years. And shortly after moving back to Austin, I have finally gotten the chance to do it! My sister Andi, my friends Leah, Jorrel and I drove about an hour southeast of Austin to Lonestar Parachute Center close to the small town of Luling, Texas on […]

San Marcos Glass-Bottom Boats

My fiancée and I recently went to a glass-bottom boat tour on the San Marcos River. It was great to learn more about the local river life, aquifers, and the fault line that separates the flat central Texas central plain and the hill country to the west. Looking down through the glass bottom we could […]

Austin Zoo

A couple weeks ago my fiancée and I went to the Austin Zoo using a deal I got online for two peoples entry for $9. It was extremely hot that day, about 100 with hardly any clouds in the sky, but luckily for us the Austin Zoo isn’t very big and so we only spent […]