Daily Archives: June 27, 2014

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From the Publisher

Dearest EXPLORE Reader, Lately I’ve been wanting to learn how to paint. I’d like be able to paint art, a skill that I most certainly do not possess today. I don’t know where this desire came from, but sure enough, I’ve been looking at pieces of art that I see now with a much more…

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Duck’s Unlimited

After the J.Lohr winery piece last month, I received some very nice feedback on that style of content. For me, wine has always been about the people and the stories that surround them… that’s what makes winery history so interesting…the journey to that end point. And in that particular wine bottle, something magical to share…

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I’m Right Here

I’m a pretty contemplative soul. I like to spend time, staring off at a sunset or the pillowy clouds as they roll across the sky, and consider the course of my existence. Am I in a good spot? A bad spot? Am I handling a particular situation well? Am I acting like a complete dumbass?…

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Troubadour

I’ve spent a good amount of time (year and a half maybe?) at home songwriting/recording our next project. And if that sounds like a long time… it is… especially for us. This is actually the longest time we’ve had to work on writing music since we started the band. After the release of our first record, we’ve been…

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Wild Party – Making Their Mark

There is a certain idealistic glamor that surrounds rock stars and fame; thousands of people knowing your name and shouting in adoration when you walk on a stage. There is probably more truth than we like to admit in the stereotypes of teenage girls’ walls being covered in good looking musicians and guys in skinny…

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Old Timer

BEER AT BERGES FEST I like Berges Fest. It’s our own little excuse to act German, drink German, and stomp around town in Lederhosen. I like to see the guys in the parade floats drinking beer at 930am. I don’t know why, but that just seems proper. It’s so… politically incorrect, and in all instances,…

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My Town

We here at EXPLORE take pride in the little community we have here nestled in the Hill Country. This month we feature Bergmann Lumber Co., a shop that has been a cornerstone for Main Street business for over 50 years. They’ve recently been given the Texas Treasure Business Award and we wanted to hear from…

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To Turf, or Not to Turf

The dog days of summer are now upon us. Temperatures can easily reach the 100’s… and stay there! These are trying times for we peoples as we spend more time indoors – bless the inventor of air conditioning – and generally avoid outdoor activities at all cost. Not only does the increase in temperatures affect…

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