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Trinity Tales

From my seat on the shaded patio at Woodshed Smokehouse, the view takes in a wall of leafy green trees…

A Painter's Plantings

Painter Douglas Chandor was as charming as he was creative. I’m standing in the foyer of the prestigious artist’s historic…

A Place of Refuge

From a limestone precipice at the crest of the Rimrock Trail, I catch my breath and gaze across an unspoiled…

Too Hot to Trot

Calling all brave fitness enthusiasts – the 35th annual Hotter’N Hell Hundred, one of the longest single-day bicycle rides in…

Folk Champions

There are things you expect to discover when you travel: new restaurants, unfamiliar expressions, off road attractions. I like to…

Daytripper: Granbury

As summer nears its end, you may be searching for one last adventure, which is what I set out to…

Signs of the Times

In planning my maiden voyage to the Magnolia Market at the Silos in Waco, I have the good sense to…

With a Butter Knife and a Ball-Peen Hammer

The neighborhood kids called Felix Harris “the Voodoo Man” because his front yard was full of eerie poles he brought…

Hey Boo Boo!

When I was a kid growing up in the Midwest, my family vacations were mainly of the s’mores-and-sleeping-bags variety.

By the Light of the Moon

Beneath fading early evening light, I slip across glassy water over the reflections of large cypress and pecan trees along…

Set Sayles for Abilene

Making plans to see a friend’s art gallery show in downtown Abilene, I pounced on the opportunity to make it…
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