Your Support Fuels Fossil Rim Conservation

By Tye Chandler~ Since opening to the public in 1984, Fossil Rim Wildlife Center has been doing great work for animal conservation. Now, visitors have

Big Tex Food Fair Drive-Thru

The Big Tex Fair Food Drive-Thru

A unique foodie experience The creative minds at the Great State Fair of Texas are excited to announce a safe and one-of-a-kind way to enjoy a unique

Experience the Haunted Heritage of Historic Granbury

By Sharon Kurtz ~ Looking for a spooky getaway close to home? Recently named Best Historic Small Town in America, downtown Granbury is brimming with historical

Fort Worth Is the Perfect Staycation Destination

Six Reasons to Experience this Unique City By Sharon Kurtz ~ When the year began, who would have thought we’d be facing a summer without a summer vacation?

Austin, Texas and Prescott, Arizona—A Comparison of Two Fabulous Cities

By Gail Clifford ~ If you love Austin, you’ll love Prescott Arizona …The Connections You Never Knew “Home is not a place…it’s a feeling.”

Paint the Town (Car) Red at Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas

By Gail Clifford  |  Above photo by Harold Hall, haroldhallphotography.com. How many places exist where you can paint over existing art? It’s THE

Older Athletes Slow Aging by Staying Fit

By Fred Mays. They say, “Age is just a number.” I say, “B.S.!” I’m 74. There are physical things I can’t do anymore, due to my arthritis:

A Refreshing Escape to the Piney Woods

By Fred Mays ~  Winter is behind us, and in the brief respite called “spring” in North Texas, we stream outdoors before the summer heat wave hits

Bluebonnet Trail

By Fred Mays   April brings us many things. If you’re a baseball fan it means opening day. If you’re a tax fan (huh?) it means settling up with

The National Soccer Hall of Fame

An Experience Like No Other By Fred Mays ~ The moment you walk through the doors of the National Soccer Hall of Fame, you know something is special, here.

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