A decidedly pastoral sight surrounds Royalty Friesian’s stable: from a carpet of high emerald grass rise the powerful legs of regal friesian horses, whose jet-black coats and long, glossy manes do nothing but stand out against the green backdrop. These well-tempered steeds, bred from esteemed Dutch bloodlines, are ideal for the private lessons at Royalty Friesian and impressive exits after tossing a sheriff’s badge in the dust. Approved by the Friesian Horse Association of North America (FHANA), the stable’s expert staff breeds friesians and has produced world-champion show horses. The staff also helps others prepare their horses for review by FHANA, as well as the Friesian Registry System.
Crafted from health-conscious ingredients and prepared with fresh toppings, Orange Leaf's low-calorie frozen yogurt satisfies sweet teeth while providing bodies with tasty calcium and delicious protein. Stop by the bountiful fro-yo buffet and construct sweet soft-serve works of art. Combine fruity and dessert-inspired flavors such as white chocolate, tart, and Dole pineapple, with dozens of self-serve toppings, such as Oreos, fresh fruit, peanut butter, and atmosphere-flavored oxygen. Upon completing a tasty tour de force, customers submit their mini mountains of bespeckled goodness for weighing, paying 44 cents per delicious, edible ounce.
Xplosive Fireworks supplies Houston with the colorful pyrotechnics necessary to to celebrate with a bang. They carry kid-friendly sparklers and party poppers that snap loudly when hurled against the ground. For more eye-grabbing incendiaries, folks can stock up on whistling ground spinners, fountains that spew fire skyward, and a few more explosive novelties to light up the night sky.
Diving behind a stack of paint-splattered tires on the speedball field, the player catches his breath before unleashing fire on an opponent, who peeks out from behind a wooden spool. Next, they weave through brush-lined trails and take aim from lean-tos on the castle course or crawl through the tubes that throng the hyperball field. Before they commence these bouts on one of Brazos Splat Games' five fields, however, guests shield themselves in protective goggles and ready their semiautomatic markers in the netted staging area. Trained referees oversee 15- to 30-minute games that rotate through a variety of scenarios including Capture the Flag, Elimination, and Name That Rembrandt.