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Think Texas Is Hot? Here Are 8 Reasons Why It’s Hotter Than You Think

Think Texas Is Hot? Here Are 8 Reasons Why It’s Hotter Than You Think

…volcanoes? Pilot Knob, located 8 miles south of Austin, is the eroded core of an extinct volcano that people can…

Roman Bust Discovered In Texas Dishes On Life As a Famous Antiquity

Roman Bust Discovered In Texas Dishes On Life As a Famous Antiquity

…“line.” Vengeance compelled Sextus away from a good and peaceful life—you know, buying a vineyard, raising bees, writing poetry, that…

Find Dinosaur Tracks and Ax-Throwing on a Weekend Getaway to Glen Rose

Find Dinosaur Tracks and Ax-Throwing on a Weekend Getaway to Glen Rose

…Bull Lion Ranch and Vineyard—play a game of cornhole, and listen to live music on weekends. Call of the Wild…

Texas Humor’s Founder Jay B. Sauceda Considers the Texas Identity

Texas Humor’s Founder Jay B. Sauceda Considers the Texas Identity

Illustration by Peter Strain As a photographer, pilot, author, and entrepreneur, Jay B. Sauceda has ruminated upon the Texas identity…

The Great, Grape Plains

The Great, Grape Plains

…wine industry. (Photo by Kevin Stillman) Nowadays, the Texas High Plains are full of trellised vineyards, including Newsom Vineyards, near…

Some Like It Hot

Some Like It Hot

…word button was “knob” or “small ball,” and that explains the origins of the name buttonbush for one of our…

Hill Country Gem: Mason

Hill Country Gem: Mason

…League financier, Pullum planted Mason County’s first vineyard 11 years ago. The Hickory Sands soil and moderate climate proved ideal…

Talk to TH: March 2013

Talk to TH: March 2013

…a sailplane pilot and we trailered his aircraft across the country. The abandoned Marfa Army Air Base was accessible in…

Daytripper with Chet Garner: Marfa

Daytripper with Chet Garner: Marfa

…little nerve-racking being thousands of feet high without an engine, but experienced pilot and owner Burt Compton made it easy…

New Finds, Old Faves

New Finds, Old Faves

…a pilot himself, who estimated that perhaps 35 percent of his guests are pilots, and the rest are just interested…

Where the Chefs Eat

Where the Chefs Eat

…joined a recent pilot tour to inaugurate the new “Where the Chefs Eat” culinary tours program. Led by seven nationally…

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