1. A Retirement in the Texas Hill Country That Won’t Break the Bank

Retirement in a moderate climate such as the Texas Hill Country can support your financial needs as well as your health care concerns in a way that won’t break the bank, nor force you to leave your beloved state.

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2. Heart-Healthy Roasted Mixed Vegetables Using Texas

Texas Olive Ranch makes some great products that can be used is some delicious, heart-healthy and hearty recipes for fall and winter.

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3. Chocolate Meringue Tarts With a Top Secret Texas Ingredient

Baking can be as easy as you make it, but with this recipe, it's even easier than you would imagine! Especially when you use Texas whiskey.

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4. Rising Texas Country Music Artist Carson McHone

Born and raised in the Texas Hill Country, Carson McHone's musical stylings amalgamate traditional country music with folk, and they do it seamlessly.

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5. Croy and the Boys: Must-Have Texas Country Music

Producing their own brand of honky-tonk, Croy and the Boys are Austin-based and spent a considerable amount of time making a name for themselves.

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6. Justin Boots: A Made-In-Texas Success Story

Originally setting up shop in Spanish Fort, Texas in 1879, by 1947, sales for Justin Boots had reached $1 million, and business was going strong and steady.

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7. Bread Pudding With Texas Roots and a Uniquely Tasty Topping

This tasty dessert dish has a topping that one might not first think of, but once you've tried it, you may not want it any other way!

Spring Sault

8. Time Travel to Late 1800s Texas Hill Country

The Barrera property, at 26090 Toutant Beauregard Road in Leon Springs, is a feast for historical aesthetics.

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9. Power Surge

On Sunday, July 23, the Power Surge boat ride at Six Flags Fiesta Texas takes its last splash down the rapids after 25 years of theme park fun.

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10. Watch Who This Tree Attracts Throughout a Calendar

A new video titled “Un Albero, Un Anno” (or “One Tree, One Year,” in English) only runs for about 2 minutes and 40 seconds, but within that short amount of time, viewers can see an amazing variety of creatures who visit one little area...

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A Retirement in the Texas Hill Country That Won’t Break the Bank

Retirement in a moderate climate such as the Texas Hill Country can support your financial needs as well as your health care concerns in a way that won’t break the bank, nor force you to leave your beloved state.

Heart-Healthy Roasted Mixed Vegetables Using Texas

Texas Olive Ranch makes some great products that can be used is some delicious, heart-healthy and hearty recipes for fall and winter.

Chocolate Meringue Tarts With a Top Secret Texas Ingredient

Baking can be as easy as you make it, but with this recipe, it's even easier than you would imagine! Especially when you use Texas whiskey.

Rising Texas Country Music Artist Carson McHone

Born and raised in the Texas Hill Country, Carson McHone's musical stylings amalgamate traditional country music with folk, and they do it seamlessly.

Croy and the Boys: Must-Have Texas Country Music

Producing their own brand of honky-tonk, Croy and the Boys are Austin-based and spent a considerable amount of time making a name for themselves.

Justin Boots: A Made-In-Texas Success Story

Originally setting up shop in Spanish Fort, Texas in 1879, by 1947, sales for Justin Boots had reached $1 million, and business was going strong and steady.

Bread Pudding With Texas Roots and a Uniquely Tasty Topping

This tasty dessert dish has a topping that one might not first think of, but once you've tried it, you may not want it any other way!

Time Travel to Late 1800s Texas Hill Country

The Barrera property, at 26090 Toutant Beauregard Road in Leon Springs, is a feast for historical aesthetics.

Power Surge Six Flags Fiesta Texas Retiring Classic Boat Ride

On Sunday, July 23, the Power Surge boat ride at Six Flags Fiesta Texas takes its last splash down the rapids after 25 years of theme park fun.

Watch Who This Tree Attracts Throughout a Calendar

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Dallas Named One of the Top Ten Cities in the U.S.

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Rescuing Fawns: The Best Action Might Be No Action

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