Hard to believe it's been so long since I wrote about our (short-lived) bluebonnet season.
Now Hill Country roadsides are blanket-flower red and gold.
Since my last post, I've been researching, photographing, writing and dreaming travel articles. Beaches, desert, art, history, massage, regional margaritas and more. Yes it's a disparate list. That's what I love about travel.
My last article in print told the story of resilient people who turned hurricane destruction into statements of hope, and sometimes humor. "Storm's trees tuned into art in Galveston."
Galveston is one of my favorite Texas towns. After our first visit, Denny and I agreed we'd move there if we weren't allergic to hurricanes.
We've been a lot of places and I've written a bunch of articles since then. I haven't been good at juggling a Hill Country Mysteries focus with writing articles so I think I'm going to begin taking you along on my adventures. You'll taste more than the Texas Hill Country but still get a Hill Country flavor. Might be the best of both worlds.
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