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Texas Stories
Texas Stories. What follows are brief vignettes - tales from the road - about the people and places of Texas. Some are historical in nature, others are destination descriptions, others are just good reads. All are short, which is why we refer to these Texas stories as vignettes.

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Now, on to the Texas stories:

Historic Chisholm Trail still drawing visitors in Texas
"Battleship Texas" is the last remaining dreadnaught
The jewel of the Tex-Mex border
Menger Hotel: Teddy Roosevelt stayed here
Alamo Village a Beacon to Hollywood Producers
Hueco Tanks an oasis in the Chihuahuan Desert
Artesian springs at Balmorhea
Ruins of Fort Lancaster reminder of troubles times
Watching the skies at McDonald Observatory
The heyday of Jefferson
Joe Cotton's Barbecue in Robstown
Devil's Backbone can send chills up your spine
Judge Roy Bean and the movies
A few drive-in theaters remain in Texas
Aztec Theater in San Antonio is an experience all to itself
Dealey Plaza, Dallas
The Lighthouse at Port Isabel
John Madden Hall of Fame: Chuy's in Van Horn
Guadalupe Peak, High Above the Plains and Prairies
Glenrio Ghost Town in the Texas Panhandle
Hamilton Pool a Wondrous Paradise
San Marcos River Origin Traced to Earthquake
Barton Springs Like a Cool Sapphire on a Hot Afternoon

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