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How One Woman Took a European Road Trip in Texas
Pasadena resident Debbie Trainor wasn’t able to visit Italy this summer like she had planned. Even though COVID-19 made international travel unlikely this year, she still wanted to take a fun, safe trip with European flair. “There’s just so much to see in this big world,” she says. “I’ve got to do something.” That’s when she got the idea to take a trip around Texas visiting cities with European names. Among the cities she planned to visit were Moscow, Paris, Dublin, Berlin, and Vienna.
Jefferson is hauntingly inviting to ghost hunters
With its riverboat heritage and antebellum architecture, Jefferson is a town where history and culture converge like two prongs of a bayou, weaving together through the thick forests of the Texas-Louisiana borderlands.
Splash into adventure with a Highland Lakes holiday
The Hill Country around Lake Buchanan and Inks Lake is one of my favorite parts of the world.
Happy in Harlingen
Harlingen came to life in 1904 as a crossroads on the Arroyo Colorado, garnering the daunting nickname of “Rattlesnake Junction” because of the abundance of rattlers that greeted railroad workers.
Meet Your Texas Makers: Food
If you only ate wild foods native to Texas, you’d never go hungry. But add on all the food products that we also make here, and, well, you could enjoy a feast for the ages.
Tip Top Tradition
I hadn’t lived in Texas for very long before learning that “comfort food” takes on specific meaning here.
A Tasty Tradition
San Antonio has so many historic places it could take an out-of-towner a lifetime of visits to see them all.
Madera Canyon Trail
Determined to take a West Texas walk one particularly blustery spring day, my son and I blew into Fort Davis.