Keep up with our recent happenings at Historic Tours of Texas.
I had the good fortune to be invited to a “Tamalada” last week by a friend I’ve known since Kindergarten. We grew up in Mexico City together
The Bryan Museum is one of the newest and most exciting destinations in Galveston, Texas. For all good Texans, and for those who would like
My sister, and her husband, the harbor master and sailor, says it’s important to check out a ship before starting out on a long trip.
I had such high hopes of meeting Tommy this morning with a whole passel of videos from the Historic Huntsville tour we did this weekend.
If you ever get the chance to go to Mexico, choose San Miguel de Allende for the “Fiestas Patrias” or Mexican Independence, September 15th
I stood staring into the faces of about twenty-five men and women, the males far outweighing the females.
Haven’t you ever elbowed someone and said, “Isn’t that the neatest (or coolest, or most wonderful or most whatever) thing you have ever seen
The gate was closed, secured by an electric code that I didn’t know. Beyond the gate I could see mysterious woods and a road that led tantal
How does one begin again after a years’ hiatus? In the empty void of 2020 when I should have been trying out new tours, designing new trips
Joy comes from the laughter of friends. Friends teasing and kidding each other. Old friends laughing as they share stories.