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An Aqueous Asylum

It’s the sound that captures most people’s attention: the roar of 10,500 gallons of water per minute hurtling down the…

A Day in the Roughs

The river rounded a bend and ahead of me, civilization dropped away. A heron soared overhead, Pterodactyl-like, and a few…

Playing Favorites

The writers who contribute to Texas Highways exemplify a few traits in common: They’re experienced travelers guided by curiosity, adventure,…

Gone Fishing

Casting my line into the water, I smiled to think I was no bigger than the little girl across from…

Amazing Scapes

As a photographer for some 20 years, I have captured Texas’ people and places on numerous occasions, but my passion…

Texas Paddling Trails

Ready to hit the water this summer? The Texas Paddling Trails program has you covered, with currently more than 60…

Crossing Wires: Fishing Lines to Ziplines in Athens

In our September issue, Terri Schexnayder recounted a recent adventure at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center in Athens, Texas. Writer…

Keep Texas Quirky

“Traditional Texas” typically implies cowboys, country music and Tex-Mex cuisine. But hidden beneath this generalization lie oddities that make Texas…

Texas Top 40, No. 8 Nacogdoches

You probably learned in school that six flags have flown over Texas: French, Spanish, Mexican, Lone Star, Confederate, and United…

Daytripper: Georgetown

As travelers fly by on I-35, some may be unaware that one simple exit could take them to the heart…

Texas Top 40, No. 7, Fredericksburg

If only the German immigrants who first settled Fredericksburg in 1846 could see what they started.

Texas Top 40, No. 9 New Braunfels

The allure of a New Braunfels getaway is particularly strong during these dog days of summer, when the town’s two…
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