Dia de Muerto, Mission TX

The Mission Historic Museum had a small Dia de Muerto Festival  we checked out Friday night.  There was no charge  to enter. Inside the building you could see about 6 decorated  altars  and outside they had different vendors for  food, jewelry, decoration, etc. They also had  some sort of talentshow outside ( we guess since […]

Palo Alto Battlefield

The official Webasite https://www.nps.gov/paal/index.htm One thing that is amazing about the Rio Grande Valley  is that if you drive 1 hour in either direction the landscape  changes.  We had this event bookedmarked on Facebook for a while and left early to go and see the “living history” presentation at the Battlfield. The Volunteers showed  how to […]

Write your Congressman / Senator

Andrea wrote a very nice formulated, non political letter to our congressman voicing her concerns regarding the environmental and economic impact of a borderwall to a National Parksystem Wildlife  refuge. The reply she got was a formletter addressing her as 02 vs her name basically saying environmental groups lie and steal jobs from the economy. […]