Texas Hill Country: 4 Hidden Gems

The Texas Hill Country begins a little way west of I-35 between San Antonio and Austin, and from there extends a large area of rolling hills and valleys with limestone canyons, clear-water rivers, and a few scattered small towns. The Texas Hill Country is arguably the most beautiful region of Texas. Its green hills and rolling rivers are a stark contrast […]

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Head For the Hills: Texas Hill Country

Imagine hills, soft and scrubby, green valleys, and limestone cliffs. Conjure up ranches and communities of German heritage, wineries, fields of wildflowers, and sparkling rivers lined with cypress and oak. Ah, the Texas Hill Country. To some it is the state’s greatest natural resource. No big cities, no hustle and bustle. Just cafes with country […]

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5 Great State Parks

In an earlier post I detailed My 5 Favorite State Parks. With nearly 8,000 state park in America, there are hundreds of state parks worthy of a visit. Here are 5 Great State Parks. Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California The largest state park in the contiguous United States, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is flanked by rugged […]

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