Real estate in the San Antonio metro area, the foothills of the Texas Hill Country, and on the Guadalupe River. My market area includes the northern half of San Antonio (Alamo Heights, Fort Sam Houston, Shavano Park, Hollywood Park, and Stone Oak) and northeast (Randolph AFB, Universal City, Windcrest, Schertz, and Cibolo) to New Braunfels, Seguin, and Canyon Lake, including Bexar, Guadalupe, and Comal Counties. My blog also covers photography; houses and homes; investments and rental properties; pets and wildlife; birds, butterflies, and flowers in my organic garden; travel; fun stuff; and whatever else takes my fancy.
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I never used to like yogurt much. Until I discovered how easy it is to make your own. Now my family and I enjoy yogurt practically every day in smoothies, for breakfast with fruit, and dolloped on soups and Indian dishes. The yogurt I make is "real" yogurt, made from whole milk and occasionally c...
The moon dances around the earth, completing its circle every 27.322 days. Why can we earthlings only see one half of the moon? Over the millennia, the earth’s gravitation eventually made the moon slow its rotation around its axis. Now it matches the time that it takes to go around the earth. Th...
Vigorous twerking to the strains of Wrecking Ball can help you expend energy, if you're trying to lose weight after the holidays. But Miley Cyrus's music has also been demonstrated to save you energy—solar energy—and money on your utility bills. Yes, a recent study has shown that playing pop and ...
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I heard on the radio last week that the real-estate market under-performed expectations in 2014. Then the same day I read that 2015 could see another bubble in the market. It's all local; prices and activity in one city experiencing an overheated market would signify a slow, buyers' market in an...