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Old 01-12-2008, 12:27 AM
 
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I just wanted to see whose been traveling around Texas. You can tell any stories of your adventure's in Texas from the deserts in the West to the forest in the East. From the Tornadoes in the North to the Hurricanes in the South.
I myself have seen many places of Texas but it's so huge and old that there are many things that I haven't discovered yet. Please tell and share with everybody else.
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Old 01-12-2008, 06:39 AM
 
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I just wanted to see whose been traveling around Texas. You can tell any stories of your adventure's in Texas from the deserts in the West to the forest in the East. From the Tornadoes in the North to the Hurricanes in the South.
I myself have seen many places of Texas but it's so huge and old that there are many things that I haven't discovered yet. Please tell and share with everybody else.
Two places that you may want to check out if you have an interest in travel around here. First, a place I use to look up info about towns is called Texas Escapes. Besides getting info that may be of interest about the specific towns (history, ghost stories, etc etc) some Texas writers post short stories related to the particular town being discussed. You could spend hours getting lost on this page.

If you'd like to read less professionally produced, not particularly well researched, and not entirely covering all of Texas, you could try this page out. Texas is huge. There is so much here to see and do.
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Old 01-12-2008, 05:47 PM
 
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Thanks for the info Sliver Creek.
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