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Everything's Better with Bluebonnets on It

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It's a springtime rite of passage in Texas: taking a drive to view the flowers on the roadside, snapping a few photos, and stopping for some barbecue or other roadside comestible on the way home. You can call the Texas Department of Transportation's wildflower hotline, 800/452-9292, for updates on what's blooming in your area. For restaurant tips, check "Small Towns, Good Eats" in the January issue, www.texashighways.com/currentissue/index.php?rid=267.
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