White Rock Chapel – Hidden Black History Dallas

How I discovered White Rock Chapel – Hidden Black History Dallas. When looking for a place to park so that we could walk the nearby Winnwood and White Creek Park, I stumbled upon one of the Oldest Black Churches in North Texas.   White Rock Chapel Over 135 yrs ago, this chapel’s site was settled … Read more

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Celestial Park, Addison, Texas

Celestial Park in Addison Texas is the sort of place where a person can Just Be. It’s peaceful and tranquil. The perfect place to walk and think, sit and reflect or enjoy an outdoor reading nook. Celestial Park in Addison Texas The park has steps leading up to a sundial. Once at the sundial, if … Read more

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40 Most Spectacular Drive-thru Christmas Lights in Dallas

40 Most Spectacular Drive-thru Christmas Lights in Dallas. Hold tight, stay merry and bright with this list of holiday lights and displays in Dallas and DFW. These illuminating displays can be enjoyed by driving-thru, driving-by or walking-thru. Note: Most lights will not turn on or be turned on if raining. On rainy nights, or following … Read more

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Holiday Displays & Christmas Lights in Frisco, Tx

After driving north of Dallas, in hopes of seeing the Great Conjunction with Jupiter and Saturn better, we thought to stop and look at some Christmas lights in the area. The Holiday Displays & Christmas Lights in Frisco, Tx were unreal. Holiday Displays & Christmas Lights in Frisco, Tx #1 Burkman Holiday Home The Burkman … Read more

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Best Hot Spot to Stargaze in Dallas

Want to observe an amazing night sky for stargazing? Don’t just drive out of your urban city thinking you’ll look up and see an amazingly clear sky with stars. Unfortunately, light pollution is making it harder to find a dark place. To observe the Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn and an evening stargazing, our … Read more

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The Stunning Petrified Wood of Glen Rose, TX

In my previous post, Outlaw Station in Glen Rose is Astonishing | Abandoned Texas I disclosed the history, location, and geological significance of an abandoned outlaw station in Glen Rose. This station, as well as some other buildings, were built with 100 million-year-old petrified wood and they are glorious. Where and what are some of the other … Read more

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Outlaw Station in Glen Rose is Astonishing | Abandoned Texas

In Glen Rose off of Old US 67, I stopped to show my three young boys this amazing historical gem. This was an astonishing and educational geological road side stop. Also referred to as the Outlaw Service Station, Outlaw Gas Station or just Sycamore Grove, this Outlaw Station in Glen Rose is Astonishing. Even with a … Read more

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5 COVID-19 Myths Americans Need to Stop Believing

This post was written by guest writer, Ferdinand Schön. He is sharing facts with links to his credible sources in the hopes of educating others and debunking these 5 COVID-19 Myths Americans Need to Stop Believing. Born and raised in Germany, he moved to America several years after meeting and marrying his American wife in … Read more

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Big Rocks Park, Glen Rose | What You Should Know

Big Rocks Park in Glen Rose, Tx is an interesting, unusual, and entertaining but wait a minute. My expectations vs reality is the reason I’m writing this detailed post. When you travel with kids, it’s nice to be as prepared as possible. So here is What You Should Know About Big Rocks Park, Glen Rose, … Read more

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Dallas in The Dark

The Sunday Storm That Left Dallas in The Dark

What is the weather like in Dallas? Well, on Sunday, June 9, 2019, something hit Dallas like never before and hopefully never again. It’s so shocking and still being described as everything from a “rain bomb” to a “downburst” like a small “tornado” to a taste of “Armageddon.” As for myself, a born-and-raised Dallasite, The Sunday … Read more

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