Monday, June 29, 2009



Rows and rows of homes, cut from the same cloth, pine, bricks, mortar, copper, ceramic. Surging with the same electrical currents. All full of humans with similar anatomy and physiology. Yet how many histories reside in this neighborhood? Literally millions. Histories of families built on histories of individuals built on the history of the world. Post Oak Subdivision, Kyle, Texas, Earth.

(Incidentally, this is as well manicured as anyone will ever see my back yard.)

Friday, June 26, 2009

Some Assembly Required


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Originally uploaded by seanclaes
Some Assembly Required. A home to be built in the Plum Creek neighborhood in Kyle, Texas

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

House?


House?
Originally uploaded by seanclaes
I can't tell if someone lives here.. if it's a house.. if it's a shack... it IS interesting though. It's on Burleson Road in Kyle.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Los Flames @ Kyle Market Days

Austin's Los Flames (http://www.myspace.com/losflames) played at Kyle Market Days on Saturday June 6, 2009.

The Next Market Days will be July 4 and the Texas Blind Salamanders will be playing.

If you'd like to see Los Flames... visit their MySpace for dates...
They sounded pretty good.

Monday, June 22, 2009

JUNE 23 IS OLYMPIC DAY

The United States Olympic Committee has dubbed June 23 “Olympic Day” and on Tuesday, Kyle Texas will celebrate with local Olympian Gary M. van der Wege.



Paralympian and five-time US National Fencing Champion Gary M. van der Wege will meet and speak to kids from around the area at the Kyle Public Library on Tuesday June 23rd at 10:30 AM.

van der Wege was a member of the 2004 team in Athens, and will share his experiences as well as offer a presentation that encourages the Olympic Ideals in everyday life.
Olympic Day is recognized internationally as June 23 across the globe, and Kyle Mayor Miguel Gonzales, has also proclaimed its celebration in Kyle.

For more information, contact:
Gary M. van der Wege, wedge@austin.rr.com
512-504-3853

(I DID NOT TAKE THIS PHOTO...wish I did. I found it online.. wanted to share the event and didn't have a good shot of Gary to share... Here's the link to the shot (http://www4.army.mil/OCPA/uploads/large/OCPA-2005-02-25-153526.jpg)

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Glamajama in Kyle, Texas


Glamajama in Kyle, Texas
Originally uploaded by seanclaes
Last night there was a Father's Day Jam at the front section of the Plum Creek neighborhood hosted by Glamajama, Lucky Cup Coffeehouse, and Curious Chords Music School.

Here's a shot of some of the cool fashions you can find at Glamajama.
www.glamajama.com/
Neat stuff

Friday, June 19, 2009

Bad morning...


Bad morning...
Originally uploaded by seanclaes
Nope.. that's not me getting pulled over.. but someone had a cruddy morning last Saturday.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

How Times, They Change

I realized as I was sitting at the stoplight of 1626 & IH-35 that I had taken that photo before... but you'd never recognize it.
On October 30, 2006 I posted a photo of a lonely dirt road that lead to a ranch house.



Well.. that land has transformed. About the only thing you'll see that is the same is the water tower in the background. This is going to be the new Seaton Medical Center... and there's a Lowe's Home Center there... and a Wal-Greens is coming... and more.



Wow... how times have changed. Two and a half years. I can't believe I'm so lucky as to be the person who just happened to come across a "daily photo" thread in 2006 and think... "Hey, that might be cool for Kyle." I've been able to take so many photos of the progress and growth this city has had in the last 3 years. Neat.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Future Target in Kyle


Future Target in Kyle
Originally uploaded by seanclaes
I was hoping that this was going to be a Toys R Us... but the sign went up the other day and this will be a Target. Don't get me wrong.. I'm all about Target... but man.. I'd love to have a Toys R Us in town...

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Flocked! Welcomed!


Flocked! Welcomed!
Originally uploaded by seanclaes
As a welcome to our church, some unnamed people in our congregation decided to "flock" the new pastor of the Kyle United Methodist Church in Kyle. Thank God, Pastor Barbara Aziz and her husband, Karim, have great senses of humor and like flamingos.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Funky Gel candle


Funky Gel candle
Originally uploaded by seanclaes
This neat gel candle was being sold at Kyle Market Days this past Saturday. Really cool looking... ain't it?

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Farewell Pastor Harold.


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Originally uploaded by seanclaes
Pastor Harold Dailey, the pastor of the Kyle United Methodist Church (http://www.kyleumc.org) has been transferred to another congregation. This past Sunday he preached his last sermon in Kyle and we all wished him and his wife, Mary Kay, a wonderful and safe journey to their next destination.

Pastor Dailey, starting this Sunday, will serve the La Feria United Methodist Church. http://www.laferiafumc.com/

He will be missed.

We are looking forward to welcoming our new pastor, Rev. Barbara Aziz. She comes from the First United Methodist Church in Bishop, TX.

Monday, June 08, 2009

Baby Birds in Nest


Baby Birds in Nest
Originally uploaded by seanclaes
Here's an interesting new addition to my back porch. This nest is now home to about 7-8 baby birds. I caught a snapshot of mama bird feeding them.

Saturday, June 06, 2009


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Originally uploaded by seanclaes
Kyle United Methodist Church is hosting Vacation Bible School from 9a-12n June 8-12.

Ages 4 years old (potty trained) through 6th grade welcome. The event is located at the Kyle United Methodist Church at 408 W. Lockhart Street in Kyle.

The cost is free. You do not need to be a church member to attend or bring your kids. If interested, please call 512.268.2331 to register.

For more information on Kyle United Methodist Church, visit www.kyleumc.org or call 512.268.2331.

For more background information on Camp E.D.G.E. visit
www.cokesburyvbs.com/camp-edge.php

Friday, June 05, 2009

Creamery


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Originally uploaded by seanclaes
Kyle's oldest stone building.
I think this is the Old Kyle Creamery.

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