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Collection by Diana Nipp

Diana Nipp

I Heart Houston — Mimosa Lane

We are almost at the long weekend. And boy did it come at the exact right time! Today I'm sharing a few ways you can help all our Houston friends in need. By buying this cool (and very comfortable!) Texas tee-shirt from Live Love Gameday designed by Heather Bloem of Design Roots you

Mount Rush Hour, Houston, Texas by Sculptor David Adickes - the busts, carved to Texas sized proportions, are positioned on I-45. Washington and Lincoln are easily recognizable, and any Texas schoolchild will recognize the other two statesmen as Stephen F. Austin and Sam Houston.

Mount Rush Hour - test

things to do in houston, tours in houston & galveston

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Fun things to do in Houston & Galveston. Culinary Tours, Brewery Tours, Kayak Tours, Boat Tours, Haunted Tours, Cemetery Tours, Airplane Tours & More!


Make Keep Calm Gifts with the Keep Calm and Carry On Creator. This Keep Calm Generator allows you to make your own Keep Calm Mugs, Posters, T-Shirts, Birthday Cards, iPhone & iPad Cases, Aprons, Postcards, Metal Signs, Bags and Coasters

Personalised Keep Calm Gifts to Create and Buy.

Birth of the Gulf Freeway  On weekends and after the trucks and men left, we had a great place to play.

Birth of the Gulf Freeway On weekends and after the trucks and men left, we had a great place to play.

Downtown Houston - Sam Houston Park - Historic Church

Historic Church in Sam Houston Park

St. John's Church in Sam Houston Park on the edge of Downtown

Larry Evans/© Houston Chronicle Aerial of Fannin, Main and Holcombe streets in 1964. Prudential Building on Holcombe is seen at left and Shamrock Hilton Hotel is at far right. Fannin Bank building is seen at the intersection of Main and Holcombe.

What you missed: The Houston of yesterday

<p>Have slideshow, will travel. Once in a while I like to give presentations using our archive photos. This time it was landmarks and places in Houston's past. As you'd might expect, I found myself saying, "It's now a parking lot" quite often.</p>

Proof that EVERYTHING is bigger in Texas. This mosquito is like a small bird - a bird that can't stand the smell of Garlic.  Just sprinkle (liberally - like a cup - it has to be enough for you to smell it) of dried or fresh garlic around the outdoor areas of your home for 24-48 hours of mosquito free dining.

Clothing for the Texan state of mind.

Clothes for folks who live in a Texas state of mind. Printed and shipped from deep in the heart of Texas, these clothes are tough, just like our great state.