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Traces of Texas’ Throwback Thursday: The First Public School in Eddy

Traces of Texas’ Throwback Thursday: The First Public School in Eddy

People gathered outside the first public school in Eddy, Texas.  The school was built in 1885.

Teddy Roosevelt, San Antonio, and the Birth of the Rough Riders

Teddy Roosevelt, San Antonio, and the Birth of the Rough Riders

B eneath a warm Caribbean sun, down a twisted road from the tattered colonial city Santiago de Cuba, an American soldier stands frozen in time.
It’s a statue, actually, in a small park that commemorates the derring-do of Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders, formally known as the 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry, who helped drive Spain out of Cuba during the Spanish-American War in 1898.

Meet Your Texas Makers: Deep Eddy Ruby Red Vodka

Meet Your Texas Makers: Deep Eddy Ruby Red Vodka

Dating to the first experimental orchards planted in the 1880s, citrus fruits are among the most important crops of South Texas, contributing around $140 million annually to the state economy.

Spend a Weekend Getaway at One of These Quirky Vacation Rentals

Spend a Weekend Getaway at One of These Quirky Vacation Rentals

If there’s anything positive that came out of the pandemic, it’s certainly a newfound passion for travel within one’s own state where there are a plethora of creative, quirky, and design-inspired residences to stay in, usually in small towns tucked away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. 

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