january 2014

Bookshop Memories

January 3, 2014 | By Anthony Head

Wherever I travel, I seek out independent bookstores. They help define a city’s character for me.

Cast Away: Fly-fishing the Guadalupe River

December 19, 2013 | By Celestina Blok

Seated on a large, flat rock along a tranquil section of the Guadalupe River, I hear the faint whoosh of my husband’s fly line as his cast cuts through the air.

Caching in

December 15, 2013 | By Andrea Abel

If my husband, John, buys a gadget, he’s going to use it. Trust me. All the more if the gadget has to do with the outdoors.

Texas Grit: How the Dust Bowl Changed the Course of History in the Texas Panhandle

December 14, 2013 | By Matt Joyce

The view from High Lonesome Lane is remarkably empty. The narrow dirt road cuts through the southern High Plains, traversing the Rita Blanca National Grasslands in the northwest corner of the Texas Panhandle.

Nacogdoches Daytripper

December 11, 2013 | By Chet Garner

Texas history runs deep, so to be the “oldest” anything in the state is a rather special feat.

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