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Month: June 2017

Trinity River Audubon Center…A Place You Need to Visit

Today, I set off on another adventure with my little adventure buddy, Morgan, to check out this place I had heard about in various articles showing up in some of my bird emails called Trinity River Audubon Center.  I wasn’t quite sure what we were getting ourselves into, but we were both up for a new adventure. I had seen on the Trinity River Audubon Center Website, that they were hosting an event called “Celebrate Birds.”  Since it is located south of Dallas, I thought it would be good to check it out for the first time when I...

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The Native Texas Butterfly Garden & House at Heard Museum

The Native Texas Butterfly Garden & House at the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary is now one of my favorite little places to visit with my camera.  If you are looking for something to do with your kiddos this summer,  you really should consider adding this to your Summer Bucket List!  I was finally able to convince my kids to come along with me to Heard Museum, but I had to promise them that we would not go hiking on the trails. They said it was too hot, and all they wanted to do was see the...

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Circus 1903…The Golden Age of Circus – A Must See for Everyone

Circus 1903 –  The Golden Age of Circus.  I highly recommend getting some tickets to see this show.  I’m going on my fifth year as a Dallas Summer Musicals Season Ticket holder, and as you can imagine, I have seen a lot of musicals.  Some I’ve seen more than once!  When this season’s shows were made public, I was excited to see that there were several I had not seen before. One of those shows was Circus 1903.  Hmmm…not only had I not seen it before, but I had also never heard of it before.  How is that possible?...

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