From John Scott

Summer is almost here, and with summertime comes all those fond memories of warmer weather, water gun fights, no school, staying up late and just doing fun stuff until you get bored. With summer comes vacation time, time off to recharge and reengage. As a grandparent I look forward to spending some quality time with

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Slow and Steady Wins the Race

I wrote a blog in February of this year, explaining the importance of maintaining investments during a troubled market. I stated that if you had a 401K, IRA, mutual fund, etc., that you should be careful of not restructuring while the market was down. When you do this you are only solidifying your loss. Since

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From Robert

Have some free time this weekend? If yes, then saddle up the horses & head to the Hill Country for a day trip. I recommend an early morning hike to the top of Enchanted Rock – a giant pink granite dome just a short drive from Fredericksburg. The hike is fairly easy. It’s a beautiful

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Roatán, Honduras

This past week I had the pleasure of visiting this beautiful island located 40 miles north of the northern coast of my beautiful country Honduras. Roatan is the largest island, and the capital city of the department of the Bay Islands. With crystal clear ocean, beautiful attractions within the city, wonderful hospitality, and great and

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South by Southwest

South by Southwest in Austin is for locals, a double edged sword. The traffic is a nightmare, but the commerce and profits brought in are outstanding for the city. For someone like me visiting from Houston, or anywhere else out of town, it is a wonderful musical distraction. Houston is close enough to just spend

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