All posts by Virginia Wood
This article orginally featured in the “The Ranch,” November 1998.
Czech out these traditional pastries.
Midland’s historic Yucca Theatre
Though parts of Texas were still considered the wild frontier in the early days of this century, city fathers made sure every town of any size offered some sort of cultural diversion for families of hard working farmers, ranchers and oil-field workers. When movies swept the country as the newest popular entertainment, downtown opera houses […]
Where the South meets the West.
The antique dining room table was set with silver, crystal, and the innkeeper’s best presidential Lenox. Candles flickered as we sipped coffee. This was breakfast Jefferson-style, in the perfectly restored Governor’s House Bed & Breakfast. “A friend will be joining us,” innkeeper Llawanda Golden had informed me when I emerged from my room that morning. […]