Daily Archives: September 28, 2015

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Troubadour

Thoughts From 39,000   Last month I got emotionally heavy. Getting those feelings off my mind is good though. I need that every now and again. Like a sad song, these thoughts can build inside of me and need to be processed out even when I’m in a good mood. And life has been good for…

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EXPLORE History

Happy Birthday to EXPLORE! Kendall County’s most original publication, EXPLORE, is celebrating its 8th anniversary with this issue. Born in 2007, EXPLORE has experienced growth and changes over the years, and has become known as one of the more unique and engaging publications in the area. Originally printed on newspaper with only limited color spreads,…

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Boerne History – Part 8

Whoa, this is crazy- This is the EIGHTH CHAPTER of the sweeping Chronicle of Boerne, Texas!  Can you believe it?? Man, by the time I get done with you, you’re gonna be a regular walking encyclopedia of all things Boerne!  You’ll be a hit at parties everywhere in town this season!  If you by some…

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Life in 3D

In the spirit of EXPLORE Magazine’s epic October issue, I thought we’d put on our stereoscopic glasses and take a look at my favorite topic – life and living – in 3-D. After thirty-plus years of personal and professional observation, I have concluded that every single person on Earth is looking for happiness in life….

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Cibolo Creek Brewery

We can thank medieval monks for a lot of things. They were inventors and improvers of the ancient practical arts like plowing fields and purifying metals. They rediscovered and preserved ancient Greek writings and manuscripts.  These men saved Western Civilization from reverting back to complete barbarism. One of the most important arts that they saved,…

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Haunted Houses of Boerne

For generations, Boerne residents have heard spooky ghost stories about some of our most historic buildings. With Halloween approaching, it’s a perfect time to revisit three of Boerne’s most popular haunted landmarks: The Dienger Building, Ye Kendall Inn, and Country Spirit.  While most visitors may not encounter any ghosts – the stories behind them will…

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Old Timer

A few issues back I solved the City’s communication problems for them. The City is constantly whining because they vote for some new development, and then raise their hands in indignation when citizens begin flaming them publicly. They whine, “But you didn’t come to the Council meetings!” and then they move onto their next vote….

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