There’s something special about this time of the year. As winter slowly releases its grip on Texas, warmer breezes and longer days signal changes ahead. The landscape’s palette seemingly changes overnight from seas of brown and gray to waves of bright greens. Outdoors, it sounds different, smells different, looks different. Nature’s regenerative powers take over and the cycle of life continues. There’s a renewed sense of spirit as travelers of all ages hit the road and marvel at our hills and valleys, blossoming with new-found energy and brilliance
At Texas Highways we have embraced renewal as well. Over the past several months, we’ve worked diligently on the creation of our new website. We’ve researched, we’ve experimented, we’ve listened to our audience, we’ve tweaked, and now we’re proud to announce the launch of the new-and-improved texashighways.com. The latest iteration of our website will highlight all of the existing content and articles you’ve come to expect from Texas Highways magazine, along with some expanded features.
The first things you’ll notice are our bold images and engaging monthly content. Interested in family travel, photography, food and drink recipes, or culture and lifestyle content? We have it! Simplified navigation and categorized “content buckets” allow you to find more regularly updated content with a single click.
Plan on checking out our new events calendar before you schedule your upcoming vacation or weekend escape. Have a particular region of Texas you want to visit? One click and you can watch the events unfold right before your eyes. You’ll have so many options to choose from that you might want to plan for an extra day of fun. While you’re on the road, send us your favorite photo. If we choose it, you’ll be showcased on our home page gallery.
The best part of all this added functionality? Our new website is responsive. It automatically changes its format to fit any mobile device. You can enjoy texashighways.com articles and information from anywhere. The next time you travel across the state, or just to the hammock in the backyard take us with you. Consider texashighways.com your new travel companion.
Check out our new digital landscape on texashighways.com and be prepared to spend some time with us online. Enjoy the spring.