commuterchroniclesdbh

Driving and Biking in the Big City

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In the spirit of the old West, writers everywhere, Texans in general and my Native American heritage,  roaming and riding are in my DNA. I like nothing better than to hop in the car and go on a road trip or jump on my bike and hit the trails for some bird and creature watching. Lucky for me, I ride every day. I commute 30 miles to the Texas Medical Center from the suburban Kingwood, Texas, every morning and then another 30 miles in the evening. When I’m home, I ride the greenbelt trails for exercise and to keep from being too much of a desk jockey. These are the stories of my adventures.

Written by commuterchroniclesdbh

March 12, 2012 at 10:02 pm

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  1. Thank you creating a forum where photos and comments can be posted regarding the incident in 1969 when Jesus appeared on a screen door in Port Neches. It has meant a great deal to me to read these posts from people who knew Ms. Bass, and from those who grew up in Port Neches. Going to see that door was one of the last things my family did before we moved to New Mexico (from La Marque). My parents are both gone now but the incident itself has remained important in my life not only because of the profoundness of the event itself but because my life changed so dramatically immediately after. I will continue to follow your blog for more on “screen door Jesus,” and also, for the enjoyment of all your columns.

    Deanna Cheney

    February 11, 2013 at 9:11 am


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