Tiny Texas

By Rhonda Ostertag
March 29, 2017

  Not everything is bigger in the Lone Star State Texas has a reputation for all things big: longhorns, 10-gallon hats, big hair, big oil, big steaks, big expanses and a big howdy. Its embrace of the measure is iconic. But what most impressed me on a stubbornly rainy April trip through southeast... Read more »

Big Adventure in Big Bend

By David Barber
September 28, 2015

  Vast and isolated, this Texas national park offers more than 800,000 acres of mountain, canyon and desert scenery   It was a cold morning as my friend, Mellow Mike, and I drove south from Colorado heading for Texas — and Big Bend National Park — in search of a warm-weather adventure.... Read more »

Exploring San Antonio’s Treasures

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Gerald C. Hammon
November 29, 2012

I tend to avoid big cities in my explorations of our country. Having grown up in the hustle and bustle of the San Francisco Bay Area and spending much of my life in the Phoenix, Ariz., metropolitan area, I am usually quite content to look for removed, less populated destinations when I travel. However,... Read more »

Texas Hill Country RV Adventure

February 1, 2011

Ansel Adams once said, “Sometimes I do get to places just when God’s ready to have somebody click the shutter.” That’s how I felt when we arrived in the Hill Country region of Central Texas at the peak of the best wildflower season in decades. With camera in hand, I wanted to make the most of... Read more »

Unwind and Recharge in Corpus Christi, TX

January 15, 2011

Escape the snow and ice this month and head to the Texas coast. Enjoy the sun in Corpus Christi, where sea breezes and outdoor activities combine for a great vacation. After your arrival take a leisurely stroll through the South Texas Botanical Garden & Nature Center; you’ll find yourself surrounded... Read more »

National Park Getaway: Guadalupe Mountains National Park

Guadalupe Mountains National Park

December 4, 2009

SALT FLAT, Texas – Within driving distance of El Paso, Texas, and Carlsbad, N.M., the land, with its golden undertones and shades of brown, rises into what looks like the ramparts of a mythological fortress: the limestone bulk of El Capitan. This geologic formation, true to its name, resembles... Read more »

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