February 2014

There are 3 blog entries for February 2014.

Beautiful summer days are on the way and what a perfect time to visit the George Bush Library and Museum. When you round the bend coming into the parking area you will be amazed by the stunningly maintained grounds. As you gaze upon the American flags, blue skies and fountain, you will definitely feel the need to snap a quick photo or two when walking up to the entrance. Volunteers greet you with an enthusiastic smile as they guide you through the process of your visit.

Grab your tickets beside the gift shop and your adventure begins with a map with outlining the numbered exhibits you will explore. 

Where did George come from? Where did he and Barbara meet? What prompted his decisions to join the military? Why did he decide to go into politics? The

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Real Estate Market Stats for Bryan/College Station

January 2014
Sales Closed: 152
Total Sales Amount: $29,457,300
Average Sales Price: $193,798
Average Days on Market: 135

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On a crisp Valentine’s night at the heart of my beloved university, I became a part of a tradition that runs as deep as the roots of the iconic oak tree I found myself sitting under—not knowing my life would forever change.

Aggies everywhere, young and old, can tell you about the draping branches of the Century Tree with its roots dug deep in the history of Texas A&M. According to an old Aggie legend, if two lovers pass beneath the tree’s branches, they will soon be wed; and if a couple becomes engaged under the Century Tree’s blanketed leaves, the marriage will last forever. Consequently, one legend says that if you walk under the tree alone, you are destined to be alone forever.

I first became aware of the legend my freshman year at A&M, and from that

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