“Let’s get this morning started right,” Baxter Adams says as he picks an enormous red apple from one of the hundreds of trees in his orchard.
“I don’t remember meeting Glenn”, laughs Leta Andrew of her husband of 42 years. As Glenn Andrew tells it, “We’re two country kids.”
It’s apparent that Bonnie Floyd’s cousin Tracy had the right idea when he suggested she go on a blind date with his friend Augie Bering IV, back in the 60’s.
What does a skinny, anemic boy in Winter Park, Florida do when his parents and doctor tell him he can’t go out for sports? “I had good hand-eye coordination,” recalls Frank Boynton.
It is a very fortunate family who finds what makes their heart glad. Frank and Glenda Bumpus have found ways to feed their souls throughout their life together.
One of the very best things about writing an article about people is getting to know them. I have seldom met two guys with more engaging smiles – their smiles are reflected in their eyes.
“I was born and raised in Midland, Texas. My mother was a housewife and my father worked the oil fields his entire life. In the early days, he actually delivered oil field supplies on horseback.
Dennis Emerson and his wife Terri jumped into an RV upon retirement from the television and movie industry and set out to find the ultimate place to retire.
Performing hundreds of dates every year for almost 30 years, Keen has built a rabid following that now extends across the country and has him playing to packed venues everywhere he goes.
Sometimes a snap decision can be life changing. Take the case of a Houston banker who accompanied his friends to a horse sale at the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo one Saturday morning.
Following Lloyd Painter’s several tours of duties with the Navy, he was happy to have returned to his native California in 1970. With his wife Ingrid, the Painter’s were excited to begin a new life.
After a brief search, Comanche Trace was chosen, and the Swanns have never looked back. In fact, they have created a life full of adventure, travel, golf, and cars.