Will we see you in San Diego?
If you’re in town, join us for a reader reception!
We’ll be in San Diego next month and would love the opportunity to put screen names to faces. Coincidentally, our last in-person reader reception was in Los Angeles before the world shut down and life was flipped inside out. We’re excited to get out and about and look forward to seeing some of y’all there.
We’re thankful that we’ve had the opportunity to share the truth and the hard work we do with many other people this year. See here, here, and here,
If you’d like to join us, you’ll find more info here. Our little get-together is free, but pre-registration is required. All the details will be sent to the email address you used to register, prior to the event.
If you can’t make it this time, we hope to catch you somewhere out in flyover country next year.
I’ve said it often over the years (because it’s true) — we have the internet’s best readership and for that, I am humbled and incredibly grateful.
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I’m sorry, but not even a second Gold Rush could persuade me to cross that border. It’s a crying shame, because I really would like to meet some of you folks.
Same here. Why California?
Jesus went were the sinners were.
Those who want to help will go where it is needed most.
Being serious for once, I will say this: I have friends of the San Diego area that I could visit. But with all those who are going on with my hand surgery and subsequent treatments, I’m not gonna be doing much in the way of traveling.
Best wishes Mr. Grizzly… hope the biopsies are all negative….
Jesus had the power of resurrection. I don’t.
“If you can’t make it this time, we hope to catch you somewhere out in flyover country next year.
just not Austin – please. Unh! pretty please!
Uvalde is nice.
Or San Angelo…
Or if you prefer city amenities, New Braunsfels (super BBQ there).
Wichita Falls? I got to know it pretty well for a few weeks a couple years back – some years back – OK! OK! It was over a half century back; can’t have changed all that much!
If it’s been 50+ years they got a big fat waterfall since you’ve left.
There is a BBQ renaissance in this state, you can go basically anywhere and find something delicious. Texas Monthly puts out a Top 50 BBQ issue every four years, it’s become a big deal. The latest list came out a few weeks ago. I will say that DFW owns #1 for the first time ever. Screw you, central Texas losers.
Those are fighting words, sir. The best BBQ in Texas is on my patio.
My friend, I will take homemade over commercial every day of the week.
What’s the best BBQ in New Braunfels? Cooper’s? They’re originally from Llano. Black’s? They’re from Lockhart.
Yeah, and in NB, you can eat both of them! 🤤
Have you ever tried Valentina’s Tex-Mex BBQ in south Austin?
Cities are for driving through (or better yet, around), not for camping in. Of all cities in Texas, that goes double for Austin. Sorry.
I will not spend one dollar in California. Sorry. I would go Lenexa, KS before I set foot in the Pyrite State.
As a San Diego resident, it is not that bad. Not as conservative as the inland areas of California. Still, with the trends, I will be retiring soon elsewhere.
Remember the weather…… And the field trip to the border.