Featured Articles – August 2012
Texas has a surprising number of waterfalls, ranging from powerful torrents to steady trickles, all providing inspiration in a thirsty land.
Guadalupe Mountains National Park boasts not only the state's tallest peak, but the three runners-up as well. With more than half of its 86,000 acres designated as wilderness, it's an adventurers paradise.
After savoring fresh-roasted coffee, barbecued ribs, local wines, a roadhouse burger, zip-line adventures, and a dip in Krause Springs, Chet Garner confirms Spicewood residents' proud refrain – Life is good in Spicewood.
At the George Observatory in Brazos Bend State Park, powerful telescopes and knowledgeable guides offer stargazers a window into the heavens.
A photojournalist's river journey resums in the central Red River Valley, taking in Lake Texoma, the Denison area, Ivanhoe and beyond.
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