On a hot day at the Kerrville Folk Festival, the Dang Yankee goes for a swim.
A reflection on life in the Casino Belt from a non-gambler.
In this web exclusive, the Dang Yankee reports on improvements to the campground at this year’s Texas Renaissance Festival.
In this, column for the final issue of The Jambalaya News, The Dang Yankee embarks on a campaign to preserve an icon of American culture that seems to be in danger of fading from the public’s memory.
In this article from The Jambalaya News, the Dang Yankee goes on a tour of the Texas wine country. So where are all the grapes, he wonders? What do they make wine from in Texas, anyhow? Mesquite?
Gentlemen, why not consider a visit to Texas this spring to check out the wildflowers? The state’s rolling meadows are a spectacle this time of year. Your wives will love you for it, and, contrary to what you hear down at the bowling alley, it is not a gateway to scrapbooking.
If you’re planning to go to the Texas Renaissance Festival this year, be prepared. And by that I mean, make sure your credit line is big enough to outfit the cast of a major Broadway production. Why? Because that’s what it’s going to take if you plan on buying anything from the vendors, even if it’s just an ostrich feather. Take it from the Dang Yankee’s experience, as described in The Merchants of RenFest, appearing in the current issue of the Jambalaya News.