The Wanderlust Kid

Joe Adams, MHS Class of ‘66, was here the other day to revisit his hometown and plant a seed that he hopes will perhaps inspire  young people to dare to follow their heart’s desire and fulfill their own wanderlust calling them to far-off lands, adventure, and...

Don’t Give Up on Your Ice Plant After Winter

Delosperma, commonly called ice plant, is popular for its mass of flowers throughout the warm months. During the winter, however, it leaves something to be desired. The flowers go away, the stems turn woody, and it looks pretty much dead. But wait! Don’t just pull it...

Flags, Holidays, and Rotary Club

American flags mysteriously pop up around town on holidays, making a patriotic statement and looking pretty to boot. Those flags don’t march themselves out there; we have the Muleshoe Rotary Club to thank for reminding us we are privileged to live in the United States...

Echinocereus Reichenbachii Makes Stunning Flowers

May is the month for cactus flowers at my house, especially from the echinocereus reichenbachii, also known as the lace hedgehog, but I’ve never heard it called that. It is one of the most common Texas cactus found pretty much throughout a wide central strip of the...