I am pumped y'all, Artemis 1 launched last night and with it, NASA is officially on its way to the moon once again and will use that platform to eventually launch to Mars. Oh no, I think I have Sqeeed myself again.
I'm sure most of you have seen the horrific crash by now that happened this past Saturday, November 12 at the Wings Over Dallas World War II airshow. Today the Commemorative Air Force released the names of the men lost in that accident.
Don't confuse this with the "Friendliest Town in Texas," that article was written back in February of 2022 by the good folks at OnlyInYourState.com where they came to the conclusion that the little town of Llano, Texas fit that bill. Llano has a population of 3347, Saaaaaaalute! Please forgive my Hee Haw reference. While it may be true that Llano is the friendliest town, what we're talki
I'll be the first to admit that I love the mystery of the North American Bigfoot, is it an animal, some kind of left-over primal humanoid, or maybe some evolution of a great ape? If you really want to step outside of the belief zone, could it be an interdimensional being, or is it simply the ultimate hide-and-seek champion of all time? Now, with your mind firmly planted in the Bigfoot zone, what t
Hey, it's Jim, your 'Just Plane Nuts' Correspondent back with another bunch of plane stories. I will be posting pictures from the AllianceTexas Aviation Expo that took place over the weekend in Fort Worth, Texas featuring the amazing Air Force Thunderbirds later this week, for right now though, how about something kinda cool that happened...
Ghost hunters should love some of these places to possibly capture a little paranormal action. Most of these places take some serious drive time to cross the state to get to, like Presidio La Bahia in Goliad, the Littlefield House in Austin, or the White Sanitarium in Wichita Falls. However, for us, The Grove in Jefferson, Texas is only about an hour's drive from Texarkana, is included in this lis
Just back from another Fan Festival in Dallas last weekend and as usual, it was a great time had by all. They held it at the Irving Convention Center again which is not really designed for this kind of thing in my humble opinion but the Festival folks lay it out pretty well and make it work. And it does.
It's been a while since we have checked in on UFO activity around the country, it's still there, still happening literally all the time. New videos are posted almost daily it seems but still we hear bubkis from the Feds.
As a soon-to-be new grandfather, I personally have an interest in this one as my daughter and her husband are working on the name thing as we speak. Each year Names.org puts together a list of the most predicted baby names for the year for the whole country and also breaks it down for each state. These names were the most predicted names to be used in the Great State of Texas. Let's see how they d