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Daytripper with Chet Garner: Nacogdoches

Texas history runs deep, so to be the “oldest” anything in the state is a rather special feat. This notion…

Merge: January 2014

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A Trip to Drip

Dripping Springs, my old friend, I thought I knew you. After years of rolling through town on US 290, I…

San Marcos Trails

In the past decade, the citizens of San Marcos have built and currently maintain more than 17 miles of trails…

Plenty to do in Temple

In the January 2014 issue, writer Ramona Flume takes readers to Megg’s Cafe in Temple, a farmhouse-style eatery that sources…

Birds and the Trees

To see south Texas in its natural state and how the Rio Grande Valley looked before it was cut into…

Monument to Texas

Approaching the awe-inspiring Texas Capitol, I always feel a little small—but in a good way.

The Sound of Silence

I grew up in a family devoted to road-trips, but they were not just a vacation thing. Weekends often found…

Merge: December 2013

In the November issue: Georgia O’Keeffe and Palo Duro Canyon; what’s not to love?
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The Woodlands' Wonderland

Each year the hectic pace of the holiday season takes me captive, rendering the days between Thanksgiving and New Year’s…

Big Bend Winterland

The approach of a Texas winter brings with it mesquite smoke above Hill Country chimneys, migrating sandhill cranes over the…
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