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What a 500-Year-Old Tree Taught Me About Putting Down Roots
In the early weeks of summer, a restlessness set in. Shouldn’t something be happening? When I was young, summer closed one chapter and opened another.
Big Bend Ranch State Park to Celebrate its 10th Birthday with Fiesta
To see for yourself, head west on Nov. 3 for Fiesta! and events including a barbecue lunch, guided hikes, bike rides, horseback rides, and geology and archeology tours—all free of charge. Camping fees will also be waived.
It’s a pure Texas moment: I’m scooting my Justin ropers across the hardwood floor of Twin Sisters Dance Hall south of Blanco.
Make Waves This Winter
Last November, when a group of adventuresome friends suggested a Thanksgiving trip to Port Aransas, I jumped at the chance to enjoy a beachfront holiday with long walks in the still-warm surf, leisurely bicycle rides accompanied by squawking gulls, and beachcombing for shells and random sea-tumbled treasures.
For the Road: March 2009 Top Picks and Places
The annual State Fair of Texas, held in Dallas every fall, probably has the market cornered on inventive fried-food concoctions; think of deep-fried Coke, deep-fried Oreos, and chicken-fried bacon.
Guitar Heroes: Lone Start luthiers bring joy to the world
You could argue that without the guitar, fiddle, banjo, or their many stringed cousins, Texas would have been an awfully somber place.