I was only able to experience one day of Wurstfest in New Braunfels before I had to hop in my moving truck and get back to Arizona. I do plan on visiting next November so I can join in more of the festivities. If you’re ever near New Braunfels, TX during the first half of […]

New Braunfels

January 24, 2009

Wurstfest – Oh how I miss thee…

I just don’t understand why you would design a road system that constantly requires you to make turnarounds. And then to make it easier on everyone, you add more roadways designed specifically for turnarounds. I personally thought that Texas had one of the worst road systems that I’ve seen. Any thoughts?


January 21, 2009

What’s With Turnarounds In Texas?


January 20, 2009

The Quarry Market – San Antonio

If you ever happen to be driving near New Braunfels, TX be sure to take a break and visit the old district of Gruene and the Gristmill River Restaurant and Bar. The Gruene district is very rustic and includes the old Gruene Dance Hall which is where George Strait got his start and claims to […]

New Braunfels

January 9, 2009

Gruene and the Gristmill

My friends Chris and Troy came to visit me in Texas so we decided to take a day to visit Austin. One cool place to check out is the Austin Capitol building. A few quick facts:-The capitol building was completed in 1888-It was paid for with land, around 3 million acres, not dollars-It stood 15 […]


October 21, 2008

Visiting Austin

Last weekend I attended my first Texas high school football game. Football is huge in Texas and especially in a small town like New Braunfels, where I’ve spent my summer. It was homecoming for New Braunfels High School and my friends Chris and Troy were in town from AZ so I figured it would be […]

Fun, New Braunfels, Sports

October 20, 2008

Friday Night Lights

A few weeks ago I photographed a night of arts and music to help raise money to send Chris Luna to Bali for missions. Chris and his band Leviathan did a great job and played a killer version of the original version of “The Wonderous Boat Ride” from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.Chris is […]

New Braunfels

October 19, 2008

Send Chris to Bali

Last Friday was Fair Day here in New Braunfels, TX. All of the schools had a half day and the city hosted the county parade. It was my first time experiencing a parade in Texas and it was quite a site. For one thing, the parade was 2 hours long! The second thing that had […]


October 3, 2008

Comal County Parade & Fair Day!

Last weekend I visited the First Annual Texas Grape Stomp Off at the Vintage Oaks community. I’ve never attended a stomp off so I was really interested in what happened. I showed up to the first group competing. They each have a large bucket to stomp in My friends Ben and Brazos getting ready for […]

Fun, Wine

September 25, 2008

Texas Grape Stomp Off

Last week we had an amazing lightning storm one night. I ran out to do my best at capturing it.

nature, New Braunfels

August 21, 2008

Amazing Lightning Storm

Saturday night I headed to the Gruene Hall here in New Braunfels, TX to see a great Arizona band. Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers were great. You could tell they loved playing in small venues where they can play for hours. Their new album Turbo Ocho is wonderful and is available in iTunes. I stuck […]

Fun, New Braunfels

June 23, 2008

Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers at the Gruene Hall

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