Cat video. You're welcome. Recently, I have found myself consulting with a number of different people about future moves that are not necessarily imminent. I think this time spent together with potential clients is rewarding! Every situation is different and every house is unique in that it is situated in a particular place in the city, in … Continue reading (Almost) Every House is Unique
Touring properties in the rain is great because you get to see what happens to the runoff!
Home and Garden show today and tomorrow. In Dripping Springs!
What happens when a very creative homeowner buys a home on an acre of Texas Hill Country woods? She builds a Moorish/Asian/Mexican winter sunbathing mecca, of course! She generously shared her space with me and then sent me her personal photos to use on this blog. I really wanted you to admire her vision and … Continue reading Sunbathing in the Woods
Some of you have asked for information on landscaping in this area, so I shall start with the Hill Country part of the region. There is also a Blackland Prairie part of the region, as well as a Piney Woods area. Each of these requires a slightly different approach. Here is my favorite resource: Native Texas Plants by Sally … Continue reading Back to the Soil
This is the hill country on which half of Austin and many surrounding towns is built.