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Photograph documenting the Bouldin Creek Fence Mural Project. "Roger Collier and I had a local artist Kaci Beeler KaciBeeler.com create it as a gift the Bouldin Creek neighborhood so we could all have some art and beauty in these trying times, and to support local art. As a bonus we all shared a lovely day watching it being painted and about twenty neighbors stopped by and said they loved it. As a bonus Roger and I got to play with Kaci’s new puppy. We ordered curbside food from Phoebe’s Diner and ate at a picnic table in the back yard while we practiced safe distancing. It was a lovely day. That Roger and me in the pictures with the grey hair, and Kaci is holding her puppy Moony." - Brenda H. Collier

2020

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

2000-10-Vol-49-Iss-10-0590

1950

Photograph documenting the Bouldin Creek Fence Mural Project. "Roger Collier and I had a local artist Kaci Beeler KaciBeeler.com create it as a gift the Bouldin Creek neighborhood so we could all have some art and beauty in these trying times, and to support local art. As a bonus we all shared a lovely day watching it being painted and about twenty neighbors stopped by and said they loved it. As a bonus Roger and I got to play with Kaci’s new puppy. We ordered curbside food from Phoebe’s Diner and ate at a picnic table in the back yard while we practiced safe distancing. It was a lovely day. That Roger and me in the pictures with the grey hair, and Kaci is holding her puppy Moony." - Brenda H. Collier

2020

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

2006-06-Vol-55-Iss-06-0653

Photographs documenting the Bouldin Creek Fence Mural Project. "Roger Collier and I had a local artist Kaci Beeler KaciBeeler.com create it as a gift the Bouldin Creek neighborhood so we could all have some art and beauty in these trying times, and to support local art. As a bonus we all shared a lovely day watching it being painted and about twenty neighbors stopped by and said they loved it. As a bonus Roger and I got to play with Kaci’s new puppy. We ordered curbside food from Phoebe’s Diner and ate at a picnic table in the back yard while we practiced safe distancing. It was a lovely day. That Roger and me in the pictures with the grey hair, and Kaci is holding her puppy Moony." - Brenda H. Collier

Photograph documenting the Bouldin Creek Fence Mural Project. "Roger Collier and I had a local artist Kaci Beeler KaciBeeler.com create it as a gift the Bouldin Creek neighborhood so we could all have some art and beauty in these trying times, and to support local art. As a bonus we all shared a lovely day watching it being painted and about twenty neighbors stopped by and said they loved it. As a bonus Roger and I got to play with Kaci’s new puppy. We ordered curbside food from Phoebe’s Diner and ate at a picnic table in the back yard while we practiced safe distancing. It was a lovely day. That Roger and me in the pictures with the grey hair, and Kaci is holding her puppy Moony." - Brenda H. Collier

2020

Photograph documenting the Bouldin Creek Fence Mural Project. "Roger Collier and I had a local artist Kaci Beeler KaciBeeler.com create it as a gift the Bouldin Creek neighborhood so we could all have some art and beauty in these trying times, and to support local art. As a bonus we all shared a lovely day watching it being painted and about twenty neighbors stopped by and said they loved it. As a bonus Roger and I got to play with Kaci’s new puppy. We ordered curbside food from Phoebe’s Diner and ate at a picnic table in the back yard while we practiced safe distancing. It was a lovely day. That Roger and me in the pictures with the grey hair, and Kaci is holding her puppy Moony." - Brenda H. Collier

2020

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

2006-05-Vol-55-Iss-05-0652

Photograph documenting the Bouldin Creek Fence Mural Project. "Roger Collier and I had a local artist Kaci Beeler KaciBeeler.com create it as a gift the Bouldin Creek neighborhood so we could all have some art and beauty in these trying times, and to support local art. As a bonus we all shared a lovely day watching it being painted and about twenty neighbors stopped by and said they loved it. As a bonus Roger and I got to play with Kaci’s new puppy. We ordered curbside food from Phoebe’s Diner and ate at a picnic table in the back yard while we practiced safe distancing. It was a lovely day. That Roger and me in the pictures with the grey hair, and Kaci is holding her puppy Moony." - Brenda H. Collier

2020

Photograph documenting the Bouldin Creek Fence Mural Project. "Roger Collier and I had a local artist Kaci Beeler KaciBeeler.com create it as a gift the Bouldin Creek neighborhood so we could all have some art and beauty in these trying times, and to support local art. As a bonus we all shared a lovely day watching it being painted and about twenty neighbors stopped by and said they loved it. As a bonus Roger and I got to play with Kaci’s new puppy. We ordered curbside food from Phoebe’s Diner and ate at a picnic table in the back yard while we practiced safe distancing. It was a lovely day. That Roger and me in the pictures with the grey hair, and Kaci is holding her puppy Moony." - Brenda H. Collier

2020

View of spot where East Bouldin Creek bridge is to be constructed at West Live Oak Street looking west. The image was taken on April 18, 1938, before construction began.

1938-04-18

Scene of Bouldin Springs in 1894. A man and three boys sit on the left bank, three men in suits sit on the right bank, and a dog is at the center.

1894

Photograph documenting the Bouldin Creek Fence Mural Project. "Roger Collier and I had a local artist Kaci Beeler KaciBeeler.com create it as a gift the Bouldin Creek neighborhood so we could all have some art and beauty in these trying times, and to support local art. As a bonus we all shared a lovely day watching it being painted and about twenty neighbors stopped by and said they loved it. As a bonus Roger and I got to play with Kaci’s new puppy. We ordered curbside food from Phoebe’s Diner and ate at a picnic table in the back yard while we practiced safe distancing. It was a lovely day. That Roger and me in the pictures with the grey hair, and Kaci is holding her puppy Moony." - Brenda H. Collier

2020

1952

The site of the East Bouldin Creek bridge at West Live Oak Street on April 18, 1938.

1938-04-18

Photograph documenting the Bouldin Creek Fence Mural Project. "Roger Collier and I had a local artist Kaci Beeler KaciBeeler.com create it as a gift the Bouldin Creek neighborhood so we could all have some art and beauty in these trying times, and to support local art. As a bonus we all shared a lovely day watching it being painted and about twenty neighbors stopped by and said they loved it. As a bonus Roger and I got to play with Kaci’s new puppy. We ordered curbside food from Phoebe’s Diner and ate at a picnic table in the back yard while we practiced safe distancing. It was a lovely day. That Roger and me in the pictures with the grey hair, and Kaci is holding her puppy Moony." - Brenda H. Collier

2020

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1966-10-Vol-15-Iss-02-0181

Photographs documenting Bouldin Creek in Austin, Texas

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