Today, I am sharing my visit to the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary back 2010. The sanctuary is located in the Southern Black Hills of South Dakota just outside Hot Springs. Founded by Dayton O. Hyde in 1987 with the first horses arriving in 1988. You can learn more at the Black Hills Wild Horse … Continue reading Travel Thursday – Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary South Dakota
As our nation celebrates Father’s day today, I remember my own fathers.
Today on the show I am chatting with Adventure and Vow’s Traci Edwards, she’s an elopement photographer based in Arizona who travels to the Pacific Northwest, Southern California, Southern Utah and Iceland for elopements.
A few weeks back on a Friday night during the early days of the panademic, I got a little bored. So, I reached out on Facebook to all my friends and posed a very serious question...
Introducing a new weekly video series on Instagram from A Southern Girl's View.
Today on the show, I am chatting with Kate Gunderson, an Aerospace Engineer with NASA, the Johnson Space Center here in Houston.
Today on the show I am chatting with Houston-based Wildlife Photographer, Safari & Custom Trip Guide, Mr. Andy Biggs. Andy is an avid adventurer, conservationist, teacher and outdoor photographer whose images celebrate the African landscape and its rich wildlife, people and culture. Andy and I talk about his path from Silicon Valley to the … Continue reading Podcast #29 Andy Biggs ~ African Wildlife Photographer, Safaris & Custom Trip Guide
Today on the show, I am chatting with Mr. Murilo Queiroz. Murilo is a native of Brazil, but he now calls Houston home.
Today on the show, Sandy is chatting with Dr. Sushma Jansari, a curator with the British Museum in London, England. They talk about working during a pandemic, growing up in England, the brilliance of hairspray (the product not the movie), her dream podcast guest and just what exactly keeps her busy.
On this episode of A Southern Girl's View with Sandy Adams podcast, I am catching up with former University of Memphis Tiger basketball Hall of Famer, Antonio Anderson. We talk about growing up in Lynn Massachusetts, the thrill of basketball, coaching in his hometown and his love affair with the city of Memphis. And yes, we even chat about THAT game. You know the one… on April 7, 2008.