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The Call of The River Brings Peace and a Sense of Nostalgia

There’s something about a river that evokes feelings of nostalgia. Perhaps it’s the tie to something ancient—the current that ripples…

Inspired by John Graves' "Goodbye to a River," a Writer Returns to Her Roots on the Guadalupe

For three days, the blue heron leads us downriver. In the mornings we push off in canoes through the olive…

Nine-river Day

There’s something about the summer solstice that inspires adventure. As the official start of summer and the longest day of…

It's trout-stocking season in Texas

No need to go to the grocery store for rainbow trout at this time of year. The Texas Parks and…

Cast Away

Seated on a large, flat rock along a tranquil section of the Guadalupe River, I hear the faint whoosh of…

Chill Out in Texas Swimming Holes

Blazing, dusty days. That deep breath before the first frosty plunge. Tarzan-calls—Ahh-eee-ahh!—and cannonballs from rope-swingers above. The tingly warmth of…
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