Kyle Field student section: Not just the kids in khaki!

My wish is for everybody watching the game today to know that A&M is a huge university, mostly non-military, and that almost half of the stadium you're looking at is filled with current A&M students. I love the Corps - my Dad and my little brother are CTs - but we have one of the... Continue Reading →

Howl at the moon, shoot out the light

Had another wonderful evening at Gruene Hall last night. Stepped out on the street just to get the view my crazy talented friend Bill Harrison captured here. (Well I was a bit more vertical maybe.) The hall was built in 1878 and has a rich history. The original sign over the bar read "Den feinsten... Continue Reading →

The New Orleans Greys Flag

(Part of a series explaining the history behind my Texian Tees. Other entries: the De Zavala Flag; the Burnet Flag; the Gonzales Flag (Old Come and Take It); and the San Jacinto Flag. Click here to see and buy the shirts!) Ever since Alamo commander Buck Travis wrote, "I have answered the demand with a... Continue Reading →

The San Jacinto Flag

(Part of a series explaining the history behind my Texian Tees. Other entries: the De Zavala Flag; the Burnet Flag; the Gonzales Flag (Old Come and Take It); and the New Orleans Greys Flag. Click here to see and buy the shirts!) It's with sheer glee that I introduce my latest design. I've been working... Continue Reading →

The De Zavala Flag

Description and history of the De Zavala flag of the Republic of Texas, including facts about the design of my De Zavala t-shirt and a link to purchase the shirt.

The Johanna Troutman Flag

(Part of a series explaining the history behind my Texian Tees. Other entries: the De Zavala Flag; the Burnet Flag; the Gonzales Flag (Old Come and Take It); and the New Orleans Greys Flag. Click here to see and buy the shirts!) A young woman in Georgia made this flag bearing a blue star for a... Continue Reading →

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