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  • Join intimate groups of 8 to 12 people
  • Listen to lectures by noted historians
  • Learn local history at historic museums
  • Enjoy the best local cuisine
  • Stay at cozy B&Bs or luxury hotels
  • Travel in the comfort of the Joye Mobile

As a retired History Professor Emeritus from Sam Houston State University, Dr. Caroline Crimm is a nationally Certified Tour Guide (IGA) with 40 years of experience in Texas and Mexican History. She is a native Spanish speaker, a noted author and popular lecturer with many awards for her teaching. She serves on local and state-wide boards and has been leading tours for 35 years.

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On Making Videos

The term Naïve comes to mind. Merriam Webster defines naïve as “ marked by unaffected simplicity”...
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Learning – at 74

Why are old people afraid of the new technology?
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On Sharing

Sharing trips is fun when you remember.
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On Friendship

Friends can come from anywhere but we should always appreciate them.
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Beyond “#Me Too”

“You seriously couldn’t get a credit card in your own name? or buy a car?”...
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The Joy of Laughter

It is always a joy to be with people who laugh.
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Taxi Service or Historical Tour?

Is there a reason to teach history while on a tour? Or should it just...
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