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Experiencing All That Was Goliad, Heritage Tourism Today

PRESIDIO LA BAHIA

There are those things that happen in life that are so huge, so overwhelming, so horrible, or so wonderful, for that matter, that they forever leave their mark upon a town and its people, a mark for which that town and those … Continue reading

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Texas Destinations: Enchanted Rock

ENCHANTED ROCK

Who ever heard of a 1,600 acre rock? Texans, of course, and if you are looking for something to do that won’t break the bank and will actually provide some healthy exercise, you might want to check it out. It … Continue reading

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What Can We Do To Market Our Small Town?

The Tee Pee Motel

It’s a question asked daily across the state by those concerned about their small Texas towns, and it’s a tough question, I’ll give you that. However, there absolutely are things a town can do to draw attention to itself as … Continue reading

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Texansunited.com And Texas Governor Rick Perry

TEXAS FLAG

So what does Texansunited.com have in common with the governor’s office? A lot apparently, and it all begins with a capital T for Texas Tourism. The timing could not have been better for me to find the newspaper article because I … Continue reading

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