Well, it’s been awhile since we’ve posted an account of one of our long, boozy walks across Houston, and no, we don’t have one under our belt or even one coming up soon. Still, the project is dormant, not extinct, and there will be another one done before the end of the year. In the meantime, we’ve busied ourselves sifting through the hikes of the past. What’s more, we’ve finally caught up with the technology of 1994 and learned how to make slideshows, and even set them to music.
We think this project lends itself pretty well to that technique, so starting with Bellaire, we’ll be setting all of the Sole of Houston treks to carefully selected tunes over the next few weeks.
– John Nova Lomax
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