Taste of Nations

Note: Featured photo was gotten from Google. Picture taken by SS. Once you’ve arrived, you will walk over the bridge leading to the front door. Upon entering into Taste of Nations restaurant, the atmosphere is peacefully quiet. While you wait to be seated, you can see many exquisite pieces of Chinese artwork. Along with a … Continue reading Taste of Nations

Coronavirus – Southeast Texas Update

It is exciting times here in good old Texas. We are now fixing to start Phase II of getting back to normal come today. Yes, the malls, theaters, and restaurants will be opening back up. You can even go to the hair salon. You will have to make an appointment for time slots will be … Continue reading Coronavirus – Southeast Texas Update

The Thrill of Kemah Boardwalk

Houstonians sought a getaway from the busy city. They came to the Kemah Boardwalk, which is only 30 minutes southeast of Houston. It is a prime spot to look forward to boating, fishing, dining as well as shopping from boats to souvenirs. In 1997 Kemah boardwalk was formed now; it’s 60-acres large. There is something … Continue reading The Thrill of Kemah Boardwalk

How A-Town Got Named After A Dead Man Not From Texas

How It All Began Before the 1820s, the region of Hitchcock was held by Karankawa Indians (also known as Carancahuas, Carancahuases, Carancouas, Caranhouas, Caronkawa) were Native Americans that concentrated in southern Texas along the Gulf of Mexico coast. They were several independent seasonal travel groups who shared the same language plus much of the same … Continue reading How A-Town Got Named After A Dead Man Not From Texas

What Texas City Name Means “Wind in the Face?”

A bit of History In 1898, Kipp and Bradford families who own most of the land, which they divided the land into town lots to form the township Evergreen. Located on the south side of Clear Creek Channel and Galveston Bay, where they joined together. Once was there were shells 20 feet to 30 feet, … Continue reading What Texas City Name Means “Wind in the Face?”