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Truck Month at Leif Johnson Ford

Leif Johnson Ford is honored to be able to give back to our community in any way that we can. One of our favorite ways to serve our fellow Austinites is by partnering with Susan G. 221 more words

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An old house outside of Pontotoc Texas

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Leon Valley (San Antonio) - 03/25/17

Part of the walk was in the Huebner-Onion Natural Area, which is a 36 acre green space which lies across Huebner Creek.  The Leon Valley Historical Society has constructed primitive trails with signage of flora and fauna so that this area may be used for educational experiences, animal, birding, insect and plant identification.  185 more words

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Galveston Refused to Die

The 1900 storm that struck Galveston still carries the designation, as the worst natural disaster in U.S. history. Periodically, storms flooded the marshy bayou-creased island on the Gulf of Mexico, but experts believed that the lay of the land somehow protected the thriving seaport from the vicious storms that had already destroyed the port city of Indianola on down the southern coast and that often ravaged Louisiana to the east. 724 more words

Here are some of the Texas vanity plates rejected in 2017 so far

Vanity license plates are fun. But, if the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles has anything to say about it (and it does), not too fun. … 134 more words

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When it comes to this list of heavyweights, San Antonio is way ahead of Austin

The great taco war between Austin and San Antonio may have ended in an uneasy truce, but there is an arena (perhaps related) in which San Antonio is clearly outclassing its rival to the north: Fattest Cities in America. 315 more words

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Chappel Church and Cemetery

A rare color photo from me :)

Chappel Church and Cemetary in San Saba County Texas

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