Category: Community

Help Your Lawn Thrive All Summer Long

Mowed green frontyard grass
Like most homeowners, you want to maintain a nice yard. This gives off a good impression. Furthermore, it adds to the appeal and serenity of your home and property. However, achieving the goal of having a healthy, gorgeous lawn doesn’t have to be impossible. With a few steps and some... [read more]

Check Your Horse Tack Before Hitting Any Trail

Saddle with stirrups on a back of a sport horse
Whether for work or pleasure, horse riding requires some skills. Furthermore, you can’t go along for a ride unless you have the right horse tack and gear. When you are prepared, you can enjoy and experience more and have the success you want. There are plenty of options available in... [read more]

Thoughtful Ideas For A Memorable Father’s Day

Father's little bakers
Regardless of your dad’s age, Father’s Day should always be significant. It’s the perfect time to reflect on what your dad means to you and what he has done to shape your life. You can also celebrate other father figures in life, such as grandfathers, uncles, a father-in-law, or other... [read more]

Fire Up The Grill For Memorial Day

grilling steaks on flaming grill
Memorial Day is coming up fast, so you might be a little stressed if you’ve yet to plan a menu. While you could go with the same food as last year, it would be more fun to change things up. And even though you’re short on time, you can make... [read more]

Keep Pests In Check On The Farm

man examining farm land and crops
Does it seem like you spend more time chasing off pests than taking care of your animals? While it probably isn’t that bad, flies and other pests still pose big problems on farms. Along with being a nuisance, they can spread diseases, which is the last thing you want near... [read more]

Get Ready For The Gedenke! Festival

The musicians were playing rock music on stage
The upcoming weekend will be an exciting one for two vastly different but incredibly important reasons. First, Mother’s Day is on May 8, so don’t forget to send a gift or spend some time with your mom. And while not quite as significant (but pretty close), the Gedenke! Festival will... [read more]

Take The Family To San Antonio For The Jurassic Festival

Family Has Fun at Outdoor Carnival Setting
Have you ever wondered how it would feel to get up close and personal with dinosaurs? You can stop wondering and experience it for yourself by attending Jurassic Festival from April 29-May 1 at Travis Park in San Antonio. Tickets are $12 for kids, $15 for seniors, and $18 for... [read more]

How To Make Trailering A Horse Easier On Everyone

man taking his horse out of a horse trailer.
It’s normal for your horse to feel anxious when being loaded onto a trailer. Unfortunately, the anxiety won’t go away on its own, so getting him into the trailer can be a struggle from one trip to the next. Fortunately, you can alleviate his fears and get him onto the... [read more]

Make An Easter Dinner The Whole Family Will Love

Easter Dining
Preparing Easter dinner is a big job, so feeling nervous about getting it right is normal. You want to make sure you pick foods that everyone will love, and you might not know how to begin. Check out these recipes for Easter dinner instead of scouring the internet or thumbing... [read more]

The Bluebonnets Are Blooming In Texas!

Small Girl in Bluebonnet Field
Lupinus Texensis. If you don't know what they are, then you aren't a true Texan. Just kidding! The Lupinus Texensis or Texas bluebonnets are gorgeous lupine flowers that bloom in early spring. Many people who grew up in Texas will remember taking pictures in bluebonnet fields as a kid. If... [read more]