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Daytripper: Blanco

The Texas Hill Country is full of small towns that motorists can either zoom through in five minutes or choose…

Daytripper: Athens

Many travelers will spend thousands of dollars for a ticket to the Mediterranean to discover historic architecture, splash in blue…

Daytripper: Balmorhea

Amid the prickly-pear cacti and rocky hills of West Texas lies a literal oasis in the desert. It’s a place…

Daytripper: Devils River

In the remote reaches of West Texas lies one of the most pristine rivers in the Southwest United States. Surrounded…

Daytripper: Kingsville

Typically, a kingdom can be measured in its vast stashes of gold and millions of faithful subjects. But here in…

Daytripper: Schulenburg

In the 1800s, European settlers flocked to Texas, with many Germans and Czechs putting down roots in the vast expanse…

Daytripper: Monahans

There are times when the highways of West Texas seem to go on forever. Small towns and rest stops flash…

Daytripper: Doubling the Fun in Rockport-Fulton

While the bayfront community of Rockport-Fulton is actually two separate towns, it packs a coastal-combo punch unlike any other. And…

Daytripper: Baytown

Just east of Houston, where sandy soil meets swampy waters, there’s a town that thrives in the humid breezes of…

Daytripper: Port O'Connor

The vastness of Texas is no secret, but many don’t realize that within its “hugeness” lies more than 360 miles…

Daytripper: Lufkin

Texas may be known as the land of wide-open skies and endless horizons, but not to those who travel east. Here,…

Pie-High in Marble Falls

The legendary “marble falls” may have been submerged in 1951 when Lake Marble Falls was formed, but the namesake town…
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