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Staying in one of Basecamp Terlingua’s two bubbles is like staying in a deluxe, transparent tent with the amenities of a hotel room—a queen-size bed, Keurig tea/coffee maker, AC/heater, mini fridge, Wi-Fi, and a full bathroom with an indoor shower. There are also two outdoor seating areas, an outdoor shower, and a fire pit.
The treehouses are about 17 feet above the ground. Waters partnered with Pete Nelson of Nelson Treehouse and “Treehouse Masters,” a TV series on Animal Planet, to design each with a different theme. Personal touches range from the real antique Catholic stoles adorning the walls of the Chapelle treehouse to the carefully curated books that fill the Biblioteque.
Most Texas schools have been out for a few weeks, which means kids are likely already bored and parents are looking for something—anything—to keep them entertained and off electronic devices.
The residents of Cedar Hill, a town of 49,000 on the southern tip of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, were treated to a wet and wonderful Memorial Day weekend.
One way to hide out from summer’s heat is to duck into a speakeasy for a cool and relaxing cocktail.
When drovers headed cattle north up the Chisholm Trail in the late 19th century, Fort Worth was the last stop for supplies before crossing the Red River and entering Native American territories.
Travel has a profound influence on Dallas-born, New York-based entrepreneur Mickey Ashmore. Not only has the 35-year-old developed an astute personal style and thorough worldview from his far-and-wide travels to places like Turkey, Africa, and across Texas, it has also charted the course of his professional life, inspiring a popular shoe line and an expanding collection of luxury goods with his company Sabah.
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.
Though one of Texas’ hottest summers is beginning to cool off, that doesn’t mean it’s time to give up refreshing poolside cocktails just yet.
Port Aransas Bids Adieu to a Favorite Fishing Outfitter as Locals Seek to Balance Growth and Preservation
Winds of change are blowing in Port Aransas, the once-sleepy Texas beach town that’s been a favorite Gulf Coast getaway for generations, as new developments are displacing some old favorites.