Front yard dinosaurs gain attention from New Territory neighbors (TX)

New Territory in Fort Bend County is a nice neighborhood, with well-maintained homes that are regulated in appearance by the subdivision’s homeowners’ association. Everything from exterior paint color to grass height is overseen by the HOA.  So, when two dinosaurs appeared in a front yard two days ago, it caught a lot of attention.     Read the article……….


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