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Unlike last year when many Texas peach orchards struggled to survive the unusual, late-season freeze, recent rains have proven that this year’s Texas Hill Country peaches are going full throttle. 

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We have good news for peach enthusiasts in the Hill Country, East Texas, and beyond: The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension reports that most Texas peach orchards survived the April 15 freeze without damage.

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Antiques dealer Bill Bass polishes his trusty 1940 La Salle taxi in front of Antiques on the Square (817/ 341-2233), where you

ONE OF THE SWEETEST THINGS ABOUT SUMMER in Texas is taking a bite from a luscious, ripe peach you picked fresh off a tree or plucked from a pile at a farmer's market, and letting the juice dribble down your chin. For many Texans, that peach will come from Parker County, which is renowned for its orchards, and lots of those bites will take place in Weatherford.

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