by Rebecca Persons Caught in a whirlwind of twirling dirndls led by lederhosen-wearing partners, while chicken hats bob atop a crush of sausage lovers, visitors to New Braunfels’ Wurstfest ...
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by Whitney Arostegui Terlingua, Texas, is what anyone might call a ghost town—a term particularly apt because of the town’s proximity to the Chisos (Spanish for “ghosts” or ...
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by Lora-Marie Bernard Opened in 1911 in Galveston, Texas, by San Giacinto Gaido, Gaido’s Restaurant was already famous for its impeccably fresh seafood and sophisticated Old World service when ...
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by Claire Cella • Photography by Whitney Martin Located within the cradle of the Pedernales River Valley just past the junction of Highways 290 and 281 sits present-day Johnson City. As far back ...
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by Anne Marie Hampshire | Photography by Jenna Northcutt It’s bright and sunny in Dublin, Texas—a perfect afternoon for a guided tour of the beloved bottling plant famous for getting ...
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by Mark Lawley A combination of family, friends and food is a consistent theme for our camping getaways, and on our most recent trip to Port Aransas for the long Easter weekend, we were fortunate to ...
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by Pamela Walkerphotos courtesy of Native American Seed Native American Seed is a seed propagation farm and seed cleaning and sales business, located a few miles from Junction, Texas. The 262-acre ...
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