You know how it is; you live in a town but don’t see its gems. Let a new person arrive and you discover some surprises. That has been the case as ABN explores College Station on foot.
More than one local mentioned they didn't realize it is a very walk-able and bicycle friendly city. With the large number of students who choose cycling over driving, bike parking lots like this one can be found throughout the A&M campus.
Of course, not everyone uses a bike parking lot.
Some locals don't know about the multi-use path around the perimeter of the campus.
Unlike the Rodin Museum in Paris where one sees famous sculptures like The Thinker, The Kiss and Gates of Hell, this exhibit is mostly busts of historical folks
in which multiple originals were made from the sculptor’s first conception in plaster or clay.
Upstairs in the Forsythe Gallery, is a nice exhibit of works by founding members of the influential Taos Society of Artists.
If you do wander over to the MSC, remember to take your hat off before entering.
(No worries if you forget, no doubt an Aggie will tap you on the shoulder and remind you.)
The true gems of College Station are the A&M students who are very much a part of the community.
|And this is how the green-ways are kept immaculate.|
So what did Captain do while ABN was out exploring?
Repaired a gate,
and met up with friends for donuts or beer. Main topic of conversation? The Aggies' chances against the powerful Crimson Tide.
Leaving Faculty Club on Thursday evening, we happened upon Aggie Yell Practice.
So, what about the game? (Alabama 33, Texas A&M)14) Can we just move on?
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