Rambling Boy Previous Episodes

The Rambling BoyStories About Texas is a weekly look at regional history, hosted by Lonn Taylor of Fort Davis. The show is broadcast Monday mornings after the 10 AM newscast, and Monday evenings after the 7 PM newscast.

From White House Journalist to Dishwasher – The Demise of Billy Lee Brammer

On this edition of the Rambling Boy, Lonn explores the tragic downfall of Billy Lee Brammer.

Memories of Thanksgivings Past, and Present

On this edition of The Rambling Boy, Lonn looks back on Thanksgiving celebrations of his youth and early adulthood; including the year he was first introduced to his wife, Dedie.

Portrait of a Fort Davis Photographer and Gallery Owner

On this edition of The Rambling Boy, Lonn explores the artistic endeavors of Robert Haspel, the owner of the Wild Rose Gallery in Fort Davis.

Cheetos, Neon Signs and The True Spirit of Perseverance

On this edition of The Rambling Boy, Lonn tells two two inspiring stories of perserverance – One about Flaming Hot Cheetos, and the other Neon Signs.


Nachitoches, Hoodrat Snacks, and Other Heavenly Delights

Everybody has a favorite hometown snack they can only enjoy in one particular place, in their hometown.

Whether it’s meat pies in Nachitoches, salmon cheeks in Astoria, Rochester white hots, Gerber sandwiches in St. Louis, chicken riggies in Utica, or flaming hot Cheetos and nacho cheese and Big Red in San Antonio.

On this edition of the Rambling Boy, Lonn explores a new monthly subscription service that helps San Antonions living elsewhere get their fix of sweet, salty, and sour south Texas delicacies