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The Fruits of a Flood

In a matter of hours in July 2002, flooding rains unearthed eons of history beneath a swath of Hill Country…

Daytripper with Chet Garner: Stephenville

Few things are as intertwined with the image of Texas as the cowboy. Whether driving the long, dusty trail or…

A Fall Color Discussion

In the November issue, writer Melissa Gaskill takes readers to Lost Maples State Natural Area, a state park in Vanderpool…

Good Humor Bar

In the November issue of Texas Highways, Babs Rodriguez remembers awkward childhood visits to Grandmother. Here’s the full story.  

Life Finds a Way: Ten Bits Ranch

As you approach Ten Bits Ranch Bed and Breakfast on a dusty road that bumps and swerves through slanted hills…

It's a Scream!

 It will be dusk or already dark as you enter through the gates at Screams Halloween Theme Park in Waxahachie,…

Hunting for Haunted Galveston

The woman behind the registration desk at the Hotel Galvez glanced at the number as she handed me my keycard.…

Daytripper with Chet Garner: Jefferson

While most associate Texas with the Wild West rather than the Deep South, there are towns in the Lone Star…

Quest for the Haunted

 Come Halloween season, Texans go crazy for haunted houses, whether they’re front-porch affairs or theatrical presentations such as Waxahachie’s Screams,…

Photography in the Wild

In the October 2013 issue, writer Bob McCullough teams up with San Antonio-based photographer Vincent McDonald to show us Shonto…
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