Category: Photos of Our Family

We had heard nice things about River Walk, but it exceeded our expectations. Our first glimpse was this series of waterfalls that traveled through a building, then out into another world. A world of stone walkways, shops, restaurants, and h… more »
We enjoyed photographing the flowers and plants in The Alamo courtyard. The above photo is of the same steam that the fish was swimming and jumping in. Even with my new Wildflowers of Texas book, I struggle over properly identifying the flo… more »
I wasn't sure exactly what to expect at The Alamo. I've heard and read both sides of the story, most intrigued by Takaki's account in A Different Mirror. We approached it from the courtyard first, not knowing how the mission/fort was laid out.… more »
I found out two weekends back that there is such a thing as enjoying the wildflowers too much. I lost track of the time taking photograph after photograph as I discovered flowers I'd never seen before. I was having too much fun. And it had been suc… more »
I've had several people visit the Austin Blues blog wondering where we've viewed bluebonnets. It seems challenging these days not to happen upon a bluebonnet, but here are a few of the places where we have seen bluebonnet patches: Commons Ford Ran… more »

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In 2007, we moved to Austin, and this blog chronicled our adaptation to Texas life: festivals, wildflowers, and bats - oh my! Then we had a baby, and that changed everything, so now, we blog about where to buy organic food, what parks are fun for babies, which exterminator is taking care of our scorpion problem. (You know, the usual parental concerns.)

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