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Explore The Taste Of Texas Wine Trails

Posted Categories Texas

If you're into wine and looking for a truly unforgettable experience, then you need to explore a Texas wine trail. From lush vineyards nestled in rolling hills to winding roads leading to breathtaking vistas, there's something special about the Lone Star State's premier wine country. Texas is home to some of the best wineries in…

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Hamilton Pool

Posted Categories Central Texas, Texas

Set against a backdrop of stunning natural beauty, Hamilton Pool is a Texas gem that has been attracting visitors from all over the world. Located just a short drive from Austin, this natural swimming pool is a must-visit destination for any nature lover or outdoor enthusiast. Known for its crystal-clear waters, dramatic limestone cliffs, and…

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How Marfa Came To Be

Posted Categories West Texas

Isolated in the remote West Texas wilderness on a flat Chihuahuan desert floor lays a town full of legends. The Chinati, Chisos, and Davis Mountains protectively encircle this obscure hamlet on three sides and bestow upon it their fruitful barren beauty. Art, cultures, history, and the paranormal converge in Marfa, Texas.  Marfa sits at the…

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A History Buff’s Guide to the Alamo

Posted Categories San Antonio

If people want to skip learning about the most pivotal moment in Texas history, they could watch what history critics say is the most accurate and historically correct movie, The Alamo, with Dennis Quaid and Billy Bob Thornton (2004). The siege of the Alamo began the Texas War for Independence, also called the Texas Revolution.…

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BNSF Railroad and Gunter, Texas

Posted Categories North Texas

There is a big hoopla going on in southern Grayson County, Texas, over a proposed Burlington Northern San Francisco (BNSF) Railway 900 to 950-acre logistics center near Gunter. BNSF operates a railroad network of 32,500 route miles in 28 states and three Canadian provinces. Gunter, Texas, residents do not want a “train yard” in their…

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Pet a Baby Croc in Texomaland 

Posted Categories North Texas

Gunter, Texas, is experiencing growing pains, but you would never know it while touring Crocodile Creek, just a few miles north of Gunter proper. Burlington Northern San Francisco (BSNF) Railway bought over 900 acres north of Gunter and some property within its city limits to build a huge logistics center.  Gunter is a Texas prairie…

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Texas Guide to the 2024 Total Eclipse

Posted Categories Event Reviews, Texas

The total solar eclipse 2024, on April 8, will enter Texas from the border towns of Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico, and Eagle Pass, Texas. According to the Great American Eclipse website, Texas has the potential to host 720,000 out-of-state visitors and 13 million Texans live within this eclipse’s path. The eclipse excitement will continue to…

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