A few days ago I quoted a passage from James Michener‘s “Texas” about the beauty of the Texas Hill Country. Here’s one more: “[...] the fifth and most noble strip [of Texas], those marvelous, quiet lands which lay to the … Continue reading
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That’s the name of the small – well, actually, at 775 square feet, it wasn’t that small at all – cottage we rented in Cain City near Fredericksburg in the Texas Hill Country on Sunday and Monday: This way, built … Continue reading
Dry Season: The Texas Drought of 2011 – Collective Vision | Photoblog for the Austin American-Statesman. We did have some rain during the last few days [4.25 inches total for December], but that does not by far compensate for the … Continue reading
It’s awfully dry here in southern Texas, as I keep writing here and in my other blog. The drought conditions are “exceptional”, i.e. the harshest category possible, with some rivers, e.g. the upper Guadalupe, going completely dry. Today, the New … Continue reading