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The Daytripper’s Top 5 in Rockwall

The Daytripper’s Top 5 in Rockwall

As the season winds down, you may feel like you’ve hit a wall on summertime travel. But maybe a “wall” is just what you need…
a Rockwall. With its vast lake, tasty food, and even a Texas-size mystery, this Dallas suburb is one wall you won’t mind running into.

Where to Find Tamales in Texas This Holiday Season

Where to Find Tamales in Texas This Holiday Season

We’ve rounded up the best delivery and take-away tamales and tamale-making classes around the state so you can celebrate Christmas deliciously.

What the Heck is Pickleball?

What the Heck is Pickleball?

Dreamland will host the league’s inaugural season starting in November, positioning Texas as the heart of the sport’s rapid rise.

3 Vintage Travel Guides That Ushered in Road Trip Culture

3 Vintage Travel Guides That Ushered in Road Trip Culture

Before GPS, publications like the ‘Blue Book,’ ‘Green Book,’ and WPA’s American Guide series guided travelers through Texas

Explore Vintage Texas on a Bankhead Highway Daytrip

Explore Vintage Texas on a Bankhead Highway Daytrip

The well-worn two-lane road veering off US 180 between the towns of Weatherford and Mineral Wells might be able to keep its secret if it weren’t for a small sign with “BH” in bold black letters designating it as an “Historic Route.”
Indeed, the country road is a remnant of the Bankhead Highway, the nation’s first all-weather east-west transcontinental highway.

A Tricentennial Timeline of San Antonio

A Tricentennial Timeline of San Antonio

The city’s modern-day story is only just beginning, but the same could have been said 300 years ago.

Sightseer: Back to the Futuro

Sightseer: Back to the Futuro

What: Futuro House
Where: 9573 State Highways 276 in Royse City
When: Year-round

As you near Royse City, just east of Rockwall, the scenery becomes a little extraterrestrial.

Guitar Heroes: Lone Start luthiers bring joy to the world

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.

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