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Jeep at the CAF Museum

So Where is the RGV the Commemorative Air Force Museum?

Posted  March 9, 2021  by  Tapia - Gonzales

  Not everybody knows the Rio Grande Valley Wing of the CAF moved to a different location a couple of years ago and it is now operating at the Port Isabel – Cameron County Airport. My husband and I attended the first air show at this location in June of 2019 and truly enjoyed the […]

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Nydia in Cheyenne

Pros and Cons of Road Trips During the Pandemic

Posted  September 23, 2020  by  Tapia - Gonzales

  Shelter at home orders have affected people’s mental health and responsible travel could be an option to release tension and feel better. These days traveling in a Recreational Vehicle (RV) is considered a safe option but having just returned from an RV trip I can attest it is not always safe – especially when […]

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Dorsey in Lake Corpus Christi
Camping Life

Is Buying an RV Worth the Hype?

Posted  June 3, 2020  by  Tapia - Gonzales

Several articles are lauding the camping travel experience as the ideal way to practice social distancing while enjoying a wonderful vacation in the great outdoors. Recreational Vehicle rentals have increased 1,000% and sales are expected to rise. Ahead of the Memorial Day holiday and National RV Day held on June 7th, the RV rental site […]

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Mayors Mendez and Lopez
La Vida Valle

Brownsville and Matamoros Mayors Meet Before the COVID-19 Crisis

Posted  May 29, 2020  by  Tapia - Gonzales

NOTE FROM 5/30/2020 – It was inspiring to see the friendly and professional relationship between these two elected officials and the respect they have for each other. I know they will work together to combat the COVID-19 crisis on both sides of the border and wish them well sending positive energy their way.  This past […]

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Civil War Brownsville
The Arts

Central Brownsville Now a National Historic District

Posted  May 29, 2020  by  Tapia - Gonzales

It was long overdue, for Brownsville’s downtown is one of the most historic sites in Texas. The downtown has an impressive collection of 19th and 20th century architectural jewels. This newly designated historic district encompasses 76.5 acres – about 30 blocks – where 349 historically significant buildings are found. Of the 349, 240 are contributing […]

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