Monthly Archives: September 2011

Fire Prevention & Preparedness in the Hill Country in Texas

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As the drought continues in the Texas Hill Country, and the Hill Country outdoors seems to be turning into a tinderbox, many people are focusing more on fire prevention strategies.    The local rainfall totals for this year are less than … Continue reading

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Fredericksburg Texas Oktoberfest Celebrates its 31st Year

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FREDERICKSBURG OKTOBERFEST For the 31st year, Fredericksburg Texas Oktoberfest transforms this small but sizzling Texas town into an Oompah-filled festival of German delights.  Revel in German culture with a Texas-spin on things, of course.  The celebration begins Friday, Sept. 30, … Continue reading

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Blanco, TX – A Great Place to Camp and RV in the Texas Hill Country

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The town of Blanco, located just 45 miles north of San Antonio, was settled in 1853 by pioneer stockmen, former Texas Rangers, immigrants and their families. The historic town has become a hotspot for RVers to experience the amazing adventures … Continue reading

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Hill Country in Texas: Lakes, Caves and Caverns

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We just can’t get enough of the Hill Country in Texas. From its scenic rolling horizon to its abundance of natural wonders, there are so many great outdoor activities to enjoy around here. But the summer heat this year has … Continue reading

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