Never Mind the Groundhog…Here In Texas It’s Bee Cave Bob Day
Folklore would say that if Phil sees his shadow, it means six more weeks of winter. Wow, that's a stretch. Looking at the calendar there are another six weeks of winter, more or less before the first day of spring.
Undercover Black Ice: The Hidden Danger Lurking on San Angelo Roads
Icy conditions are a fact of life during winters in our area, so it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the basics of driving in icy conditions. Whenever conditions are like this, there is a hidden danger on roadways. It's called black ice
A DIY De-Icing Recipe For Ice Free Texas Walkways
Even walking can be dangerous in these conditions. There are numerous viral videos on TikTok every winter showing people slipping on icy surfaces. Serious injuries can occur. Since the supply of de-icing products often disappears at the first sign of winter weather, it can be very difficult to keep your walkways clear of dangerous ice. Fortunately, there is a fast do-it-yourself de-icer
Enjoy Your Texas Fireplace But Beware of Illegal Firewood
There's nothing better on these cold winter nights than a nice roaring fire in the fireplace. With Valentine's Day coming, it can also be quite romantic. There's a lot to know before building a fire, including which firewood might be illegal.
Is Walmart Going to Start Charging Customers To Use Shopping Carts?
A Tik Tok video has over 8 million views. It shows an apparent payment mechanism attached to a shopping cart. In the video, Shawn says that starting February 1st, Walmart customers will have to pay a dollar to use a shopping cart. Could this possibly be true?
Why Does (Almost) Every Town in Texas Have A Water Tower?
Here in West Texas and in areas with flat ground, water towers are essential. They use the pull of gravity to keep the pressure high enough for water to flow through the pipes. As practical as they are, they also symbolize the communities they serve.
Have You Ever Noticed Few Texas Homes Have A Basement?
Having lived all over Texas, from Corpus Christi to San Angelo, I've noticed that basements are not common here. In fact, I have seen lively and viral social media discussions that assert that basements are illegal in Texas. That certainly isn't true. The state capitol building in Austin has a basement. Illegal? No. Impractical in many cases, yes.
Things You Should Never Say If Involved in a Texas Auto Accident
Whenever there is an auto accident here in Texas, whether a minor fender bender or a full-blown crash with injuries or worse, it is essential for those involved to be very careful, what you say can and will be used against you.
Texas Workers #1 Most Stressed…10 Reasons Why
Texas workers are the most stressed in the entire United States according to a study by Lensa. We have uncovered ten possible reasons.
How Would San Angelo Fare in a Zombie Apocalypse?
Both Lawn Love and Texas Monthly did articles about how this city or that city would survive a zombie apocalypse. Neither of them listed San Angelo. Since we're not that big a city, we often get left off these lists. We used their stats to find an answer for San Angelo.