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I-35 Roadtrippin’ for Bluebonnets

Spring is special in this part of Texas.  As winter abates, the spring's crisp morning air brings the sounds of birds chirping and a renewal of life to the central Texas landscape.  And dotting that landscape quite often are an array of beautiful wildflowers.  Scarlet red or orange Indian Paintbrush, the pink evening primrose, the gold…
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Fredericksburg: A Hill Country Christmas

If you're looking for a Texas town with true Christmas spirit then load up the family and head to the tiny town of Fredericksburg, Texas.  Founded in 1846, named for a Prussian prince and sometimes referred to by old-timers as "Fritztown", this charming town has retained much of it's Main Street charm.  And due to…
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Texas Renaissance Festival

  With over 500,000 people attending annually, the Texas Renaissance Festival is the nation's premier event of it's kind.  Located on 55 acres just 50 miles northwest of Houston, this authentically recreated 16th century English village has something for every member of the family. Open for 8 fun filled weekends in October and November, you'll…
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Texas Renaissance Festival

With over 500,000 people attending annually, the Texas Renaissance Festival is the nation's premier event of it's kind.  Located on 55 acres just 50 miles northwest of Houston, this authentically recreated 16th century English village has something for every member of the family. Open for 8 fun filled weekends in October and November, you'll find…
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