Cooling down on warmer days is a necessity when you live in College Station, Texas. The highs in the summer exceed 100°F and even just driving in your car can cause you to sweat profusely. Thankfully, we have learned different coping mechanisms to help dial down the severity of the heat. Personally, I carry prefer ice packs and cool rags when I’m really desperate, but I’ve also become partial to large glasses of sweet iced tea. Spending the hottest hours...Continue Reading!
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Did you know it looks like we have Indians in the Bryan College Station area? Everyday when Realtors drive throughout the Brazos Valley we see odd things! We see... Mexico Mural or a yard with a rhinoceros or an old fashioned Barber Pole or strange yard art or Modern Art or a giant wooden sculpture that looks like Christmas lights or a Rock Sculpture or DOGS or a giant metal Horse or Ducks or a Pole of Stars and sometimes even an odd statue with a helmet and wings sitting like a dog.... Have...Continue Reading!
Congratulations Dana Davis for being the first to answer the post about a Rhinoceros in Bryan College Station? Now - will you be the first to figure out where this Realtor in Bryan College Station went today? Being in real estate in the Brazos Valley gives us the opportunity to see all kinds of things! Keep watching (and winning prizes) to see if YOU can be the first to figure out MANY of our landmarks in the Bryan College Station...Continue Reading!
Be the first person to tell me where this rhinoceros is located in the Bryan/College Station area and win! Who has yard art like this??? Remember you must post the location on THIS BLOG to be the winner! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKgla7pu6u4 Susan Hilton CENTURY 21 Beal, Inc. 979-764-2100Continue Reading!
Where in Bryan College Station could I be? Yes it is really a local place! When did you last see a barber pole? Do you have pictures to share?Continue Reading!
Sometimes we just need to stop the frantic pace of real estate and look at our surroundings and be thankful.Continue Reading!