The Sweethearts’ Guide to Texas Chocolate

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Valentine’s Day is this Sunday and that probably means you’re looking for a gift to show that special someone (or maybe just yourself) how much you care. Well Texas is chock full of sweets to give your sweets, so we’ve composed a list of the most unique chocolate shops around the state. From candied jalapeños to chocolate salami, these gifts aren’t your typical box of treats. Your Valentine’s heart will be as full of love as his or her stomach is of chocolate.

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Cowboy-Up Chocolates - San Angelo, TX

This chocolate collection has every Texas-themed treat your Southern Sweetheart could hope for. They’ve got Texas-shaped truffles that come in flavors like Margarita, Chipotle Pecan and Lavender.  They have “Sneeze Nuts” which are giant chocolate-covered cashews. They even have multiple selections for the Bacon Lover in your life like maple pecan brittle made with smoked bacon called “Squittle” and “Pork & Pops” which combine popcorn, bacon, caramel, white chocolate and bacon in the most beautiful of ways.

 

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Wiseman House Chocolates – Hico, TX

This chocolate shop is located in a little house in Hico, TX and is best known for it’s fresh made ganache that is dipped in chocolate and decorated by hand. Wiseman’s ganache-filled truffles are so famous it was chosen to be the only chocolates served at the 2009 Texas Presidential Inaugural Ball in Washington D.C. With gourmet flavors like Dark Rufus (a dark chocolate truffle) or Snooky (a dark chocolate coffee truffle), your love’s taste buds are sure to be satisfied.

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Maggie Louise Confections -Austin, TX

These chocolates are just as pretty as they are delicious! Instead of a classic box of chocolates, give your Valentine a box of shimmery and colorful chocolate kisses and hearts. And if you want a twist on the traditional conversation hearts, customize your own three-letter phrases with Maggie Louise’s Mini-Word Box. They even offer edible lipsticks for the girly-girl in your life.

 

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 Dr. Sue’s Chocolate and Gourmet Candy – Grapevine, TX

Looking to chow on chocolate without the calorie-counting guilt? Then Dr. Sue’s Chocolate and Gourmet Candy has got just what you need. A practicing physician, Dr. Sue has made it her mission to create nutritious dark chocolate treats. With decadent candies like Ginger Pumpkin Spice Bark and Midnight Mocha Bark, you definitely don’t have to worry about sacrificing taste for nutrition. And if you want to turn up the heat this Valentine’s day, try Dr. Sue’s Texas Mediants: a dark-chocolate wafer topped with candied jalepenos and sea salt. Or maybe the Hatch Chile Citrus Bark.

 

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 La King’s Confectionery – Galveston, TX

If you’re looking for something more than just chocolaty-goodness, than La King’s has you covered. This classic soda fountain-meets-ice-cream-shop has been turning out amazing fudges, soda treats and candies of every kind for 89 years. Their specialties include Milk Chocolate Pecan Bark, Ambrosia and Pecan Pralines.

 

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My Chocolate Secrets – Dallas, TX

Ladies, you want to show your man you love him, but don’t want to get too mushy with a stuffed bear and rose-shaped chocolates? Well, look no more. My Chocolate Secrets has found a way to show your manly-man you adore him. Perhaps he wants a life-sized chocolate basketball customized with his favorite team that he can take turns swishing in the basket and dunking in his mouth. Or if your go-to gift for him is a tie, then switch it up and get him a “Cocoa Couture” tie. And if he likes the traditional romantic sweets like bonbons or chocolate covered strawberries, they’ve got that too.

 

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Quintessential Chocolates – Fredericksburg, TX

If your sweetheart is always whining about how you never get them a romantic Valentines gift, then treat them to some wine-filled chocolates from Quintessential Chocolates. These chocolates are filled with real wines from the Fredericksburg Winery like the Cabernet Sauvignon or the Enchanted Rock Red wines. If liqueur is more your style, they also have a huge assortment of spirit-filled chocolates like Tennessee Whiskey and tequila. You can order these chocolates online or at their retail store Chocolat in Fredericksburg, TX.

 

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CocoAndre Chocolatier – Dallas, TX

You can’t buy love, but you can buy chocolate heels in a wide range of designs and colors
at CocoAndre in Dallas, TX and that’s close enough. But if these pricey pumps aren’t your style (they cost $50-$70) they also sell Chocolate Frog Princes for $12 and edible Eiffel Towers for $3.75. Personally, I’m thinking of buying their Texas-shaped chocolate bars and candy cowboy boots for everyone on the Daytripper crew…

 

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The Chocolate Bar – Houston, TX

This may just be the chocolate paradise your heart has been longing for. Chocoholics take heart because this shop has chocolate covered with chocolate, stuffed with chocolate and then drenched in more chocolate. For a slice of heaven, you can order their Valentine’s Chocolate Pizza which is a slab of milk chocolate covered with white chocolate, dried fruits and nuts. If you dream of something more savory for your sweetie, try their Texas Frito Brittle. If your furry friend is your Valentine this year (no shame!) they have V-Day Dog Treats. Stop in to one of their two Houston locations to check out their Chocolate Champagne Bottles, 3 oz. chocolate bars, and large assortment of sugar-free chocolates.

 

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Dude, Sweet Chocolate – Dallas, TX

If your Valentine has a health-conscious sweet tooth, then Dude, Sweet is the place to shop. They’ve got a variety of decadent, yet nutritious, treats like Truly Chocolate Granola and their signature Vegan Chocolate “Salami” which is a chocolate log filled with dates and figs and rolled in powdered sugar. But, on the other end, they also have something for the broken-hearted who just want to stuff their faces this weekend. Namely their Break-Up Potion, which is a rich dark agave nectar based syrup that does wonders in a Chocolate Martini or drizzled over a bowl of ice cream. You can find these and so much more at one of their three locations in Dallas and Fort Worth.

 

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Highland Lakes Getaways

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Spring is right around the corner and that means flowers will be blooming, the weather will be warmer and it will be the perfect time to take your family on a getaway. The Highland Lakes of Burnet County are the ideal place to take in as much sun and water as you want. They’ve got clear blue lakes and plenty of scenic spots to satisfy your need for nature. Here is a list of the beautiful cabins and lake houses you can book for your relaxing retreat.  There’s no harm in trying them all until you find the one that fits…

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ARROWHEAD ON LAKE BUCHANAN

Contact: (512) 265-4600 or info@arrowheadlakecabins.com

Website: http://arrowheadlakecabins.com/about/

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THE RETREAT AT BALCONES SPRINGS

Address: 104 Balcones Springs Drive, Marble Falls, TX 78654

Contact: (830) 693-6639

Website: http://www.texasretreat.com/index.html

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BAREFOOT COTTAGE

Address: 2122 Lakeview Drive, Burnet, TX 78611

Contact: (830) 693-8564

Website: http://www.frontdeskvacationrentals.com

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BANTA CIRCLE LAKE HOUSES ON LAKE LBJ

Contact: (512) 793-6148 or wwwolfe@hotmail.com

Website:  http://www.texasvacationlodging.com/bantacircle/

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BELLA VISTA

Address: 1455 Cimarron Ranch Road, Marble Falls, TX 78654

Contact: (830) 798-0818 or bellavistabandb@sbcglobal.net

Website: http://www.bellavistabedandbreakfast.com/

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BIG CHIEF RV & CABIN RESORT

Address: 1420 FM 690, Burnet, TX 78611

Contact: (512) 793-4746 or contact@bigchiefvresort.com  

Website: http://www.bigchiefrvresort.com/

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BLUE COVE LAKE HOUSES

Contact: (512) 630-5302 or wires4@yahoo.com

Website: http://www.texasvacationlodging.com/bluecove/

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BREEZE TERRACE LAKE FRONT

Address: 120 Boutilier, Burnet, TX, 78611 

Contact: (830) 693-8564

Website: http://www.frontdeskvacationrentals.com/vacation-rental-home.asp?PageDataID=39160

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CANYON OF THE EAGLES RESORT

Address: 16942 RR 2341, Burnet, TX 78611 

Contact: (800) 977-0081

Website: http://www.canyonoftheeagles.com/hill-country-resort

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CHANTICLEER LOG CABIN

Address: 530 Lost Cove Drive, Spicewood, TX, 78669 

Contact: (830) 693-4269 or chanticleer_bb@yahoo.com

Website:http://www.chanticleerlogcabin.com/

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COOL WATER COTTAGES

Address: 11534 R R 2341, Burnet, TX 78611-2996

Contact: (512) 756-4791 or info@thunderbirdvacation.com

Website:  http://coolwatercottages.com/

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 COOL WATERS LAKE HOUSE ON LAKE LBJ

Address: 916 Clen Oak Parkway, Burnet, TX 78611 

Contact: (830) 693-8564

Website:http://www.frontdeskvacationrentals.com/vacation-rental-home.asp?PageDataID=39030

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CREEKSIDE LAKE CABINS

Address: 222 Hatchett Hill, Marble Falls, TX 78654

Contact: 693-5979 or  diane@creekside-camp-cabins.com

Website: http://www.creekside-camp-cabins.com/

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HEART OF TEXAS LAKE RESORT

Address: 408 Clen Oak Parkway, Burnet, TX 78611

Contact: (512) 756-7766 or heartex@moment.net

Website: http://www.highlandlakes.com/resort/

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INKS LAKE STATE PARK CABINS

Contact: (512) 389-8900

Website: http://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/inks-lake/fees-facilities/cabins

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ISAAC MILLSAP HOUSE

Contact: (512) 755-0937 or annie@heartoftexaswinetours.com

Website:http://heartoftexasranch.net/

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LAKE LBJ YACHT CLUB AND CABIN RENTALS

Address: 200 S. Wirtz Dam Road, Horseshoe Bay, TX 78657

Contact: (830) 693-9172 or marina@tstar.net

Website: http://www.lakelbjmarina.com/

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LAKESIDE LODGE ON EAST LAKE BUCHANAN

Address: 201 Lakewood Drive, Burnet, TX 78611

Contact: (512) 756-4935 or stay@lakesidelodgeTX.com

Website http://www.lakesidelodgetx.com/

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THE VILLAS AT LEGEND ON LBJ

Address: 105 Range Way Circle, Kingsland, TX 78639

Contact: (830) 637-9280

Website: http://www.legendsgolftx.net/index.htm

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LOCH LONE STAR ON LAKE LBJ

Contact: (512) 627-0991 or dthomas008@austin.rr.com

Website: http://www.highlandlakes.com/loch/

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LOG COUNTRY COVE

Address: 617 Log Country Cove, Burnet, TX

Contact: (512) 756-9132 or mina@logcountrycove.com

Website: http://www.logcountrycove.com/

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MARY MILLSAP VACATION HOME

Contact: (512) 755-0937 or annie@heartoftexaswinetours.com

Website: http://heartoftexasranch.net/

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PAINTED SKY INN

Address: 1400 CR 128 Burnet, Texas 78611

Contact: (512) 715-9896 or paintedskyinn@gmail.com 

Website: http://paintedskyinn.com/

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RAINBOW HEARTH SANCTUARY AND RETREAT CENTER

Address: 1330 Waterway Lane, Burnet, TX 78611

Contact: (512) 756-7878

Website: http://www.rainbowhearth.com/

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THE SAN GABRIEL RIVER INN

Address: 8327 Country Road 210, Bertram, TX 78605

Contact: (512) 470-8336 or donna@sangabrielriverinn.com

Website: http://www.sangabrielriverinn.com/Home/Home.html

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SPICEWOOD COTTAGE

Address: 1100 Rustic Lane, Spicewood, TX 78669

Contact: (512) 627-5886

Website: http://spicewoodcottage.com/

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SUNSET COTTAGE ON LAKE LBJ

Contact: (210) 601-7869 or sunsetcottagelakelbj@gmail.com

Website: http://www.texasvacationlodging.com/sunsetcottage/

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TERRACE VIEW

Contact: frontdeskrentals@gmail.com

Website: http://www.frontdeskvacationrentals.com/vacation-rental-home.asp?PageDataID=39182

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THUNDERBIRD LODGE

Address: 200 Greenwood Hills Trail, Burnet, TX 78611

Contact: (512) 756-0508 or thunderbirdlodge99@gmail.com

Website: http://www.touringtexas.com/tbird/

Tastiest Towns of Texas

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It’s no secret that Texans love their food. We drive miles and wait for hours just to devour a delicious plate of tacos or a smoking heap of barbecue. But we don’t just want the food in our stomachs, it seems we also want it in our addresses.  So, here’s a list of ELEVEN Texas towns that all loved food so much they named their cities after it.  So grab yourself a knife and fork and chew through this list of tempting town names. But be warned, your mouth will be watering by the end of this blog…

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Coffee City, TX

With a name like Coffee City, you’d expect a bustling city that rarely sleeps, yet this town is the exact opposite. Coffee City is a peninsula near Tyler that jets out into Lake Palestine, so it’s actually the kind of place you might slowly sip a latte while sitting out by the peaceful water.

Bacon,TX 

Texas, itself, is pretty great. But somehow knowing that this state is home to a town named after the most heavenly meat in the world makes it even better. While Bacon may have been populated back in the 1800s and early 1900s, it seems this town is now just a tasty blip on a map. However, Bacon Switch Road in Wichita Falls still marks where this town once was. Guess we’ll never get to sink our teeth into this Bacon.

Rice, TX

Every Texan loves a good pile of rice with their tacos and beans, but unfortunately, this town wasn’t named for everyone’s favorite Tex-Mex starch.  It was named after the owner of the Texas Central Railway that ran through town, William Marshall Rice. Rice is located just outside of Corsicana.

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Orange, TX

Orange you glad this town’s not called Banana…or Green’s Bluff or Lower Town of Jefferson or Madison? In all seriousness, Orange actually went through all of those names (except banana), ultimately settling on “Orange” for the fruit groves that attracted settlers traveling on the Sabine River.  Orange sits in Southeast Texas on the Louisiana border.

Ding Dong, TX

Okay, so maybe the town wasn’t named after that chocolate-cake treat you devoured with a tall glass of milk after school, but we still count it as a food town. Ding Dong was actually named after two early store owners with the last name of Bell. They hired an artist to create a sign for their store, and on it he painted two bells and the words “ding dong.” And thus, the wacky name stuck to this town located just south of Killeen.

Oatmeal, TX

Many will say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and the residents of Oatmeal, TX agree…so long as that breakfast contains oatmeal. This unincorporated community near Bertram, TX gets its name from its deep German roots and has celebrated its wheaty-namesake with an Oatmeal Festival for 38 years. Guests can chow down on homemade oatmeal treats, participate in the “Run for your Oats” run, and enjoy a Festival Grand Parade. This town seriously looks like “oats” of fun…

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Turkey,TX

Pass the dressing, we’re talkin’ bout Turkey, TX! It was originally named “Turkey Roost” when the town was a single post office holed in the banks of nearby Turkey Creek that was full of wild turkeys.  And if this carnivorous name offends you, don’t complain to Turkey. PETA already tried in 2011 by writing a letter to the mayor requesting the town name be changed to “Tofurkey” in exchange for a free town-wide vegan Thanksgiving dinner. Turkey happily declined and gobbles on to this day.

Noodle,TX

Don’t worry if you don’t know how to handle chopsticks because you won’t need them to navigate through this town which was named after nearby Noodle Creek. Legends differ as to why, but some say that the creek was squiggly like a noodle, and others say that in ancient slang, “noodle” meant “nothing” because the creek was dry.  Noodle, TX is located northwest of Abilene.

Pearland, TX

To draw settlers to the nearby railroad station, residents planted fruit trees all over Pearland. And the plan worked keeping Pearlanders full of pears until a hurricane destroyed the land in 1900. And though it may not actually be known for its pears anymore, this suburban town near Houston still draws in a crowd each year for its annual Crawfish Festival.

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Sugar Land, TX

Alert to all Texans with a sweet-tooth, Sugar Land is the place to be. The town was started when Stephen F. Austin was granted the land and it was discovered that sugar cane grew to towering heights in the town’s fertile soil. Eventually the Imperial Sugar Company made Sugar Land its home and continues to run its headquarters out of this West-Houston town.

Salty, TX

If munching on candy isn’t your thing, don’t worry, Texas has all you savory-style snackers covered too in the town of Salty.  This small community outside of Taylor was named after Salty Creek which flowed salty because of the heavy salt deposits on its banks.

Breakfast with the Birds

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We recently joined Captain Tommy Moore on another Whooping Crane Tour in Rockport-Fulton and it was a blast. We scored fantastic pictures of some of the rarest birds in the world as they dove for their breakfasts and enjoyed that good ol’ Texas scenery.

Our tour pulled out of Fulton Harbor at 7:30 a.m., so we were up very early. But you know what they say: the early bird gets…well, erm, pictures of the birds. Yet, somehow all our morning grumbles left our minds as we watched this breathtaking sunrise before boarding the boat.

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It was chilly and windy, but thankfully each boat is stocked with coffee, hot cocoa and thick blankets to keep birders toasty warm during the 30 minute float out into the Aransas Bay.

As we arrived at the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, we could spot majestic birds soaring left and right. We watched silently as birds from everyday seagulls to bizarre beauties like the Roseate Spoonbill feasted on their breakfast of Blue Crabs.

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As the boat pulled up close to the scattered flocks of birds, birding experts and novices alike were able to get amazing pictures and catch a glimpse into the birds’ natural habitat.  It was insane how close we were to this Brown Pelican! He was surveying the water for his fishy breakfast.

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We saw these American White Pelicans surrounded with Double-Crested Cormorants. Those two often stick together because Pelicans try to steal food off of the Cormorants. Pick on someone your own size, Pelicans!

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Finally, we came across the majestic Whooping Cranes. Each winter they fly down from Northern Alberta, Canada to the Texas Coast.

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It’s was mind-blowing to see them knowing that these guys are the only wild migrating flock of Whoopers in the world. Captain Tommy pointed out that the Whoopers with red heads are actually babies.

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At the end of the tour, even if some of our pictures were blurry because birds never truly pose for pictures, we had an amazing time. We came away with an even greater appreciation for the colorful and exotic wildlife that lives under our big Texas sky.

Pumpkin Patchin’ Texas

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NOTE: This is our first guest post from travel writer Amanda Waltman. We hope you enjoy it.

Fall is here and while the weather in Texas is a wonder all it’s own, there are plenty of places to visit and things to do to get you in the fall spirit!  Take a look at some of the best pumpkin patches in Texas! From hayrides, mazes and fishing to live music and good food, these pumpkin patches have it all.  And while Halloween may be over this weekend, pumpkin patches go well into November.

Barton Hill Farms, Bastrop, TX

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  • When: September 26-November 8, Saturday & Sunday
  • What: Boasting the most scenic pumpkin patch in Texas, the family photo ops are everywhere! Pick & paint pumpkins, find your way through the Great Pumpkin Maze and visit the farm animals. After you’ve done it all, grab a picnic blanket, some Texas BBQ, kennel corn and enjoy some live Texas Country and Bluegrass music!

Sweet Berry Farm, Marble Falls, TX

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  • When: September 26-November 8, Everyday except Wednesday.
  • What: Sweet memories are sure to be made at Sweet Berry Farm! After you find the perfect pumpkin, enjoy some homemade pumpkin pie ice cream, go for a hayride or let the kiddos traverse the farm in the Express Barrel Train. Work your way through a Texas-sized & shaped maze and on weekends go for a horse ride and enjoy some grub at The Pumpkin Grille.

Love Creek Orchards, Medina, TX

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  • When: Every Saturday, Sunday, and Monday in October.
  • What: Love Creek is celebrating 20 years as one of the best pumpkin patches around! Go for a hay, pony or train ride, have your face painted, paint a mural or pumpkin, listen to live music or be a part of the symphony, and while you are there don’t forget to tour their famous apple orchard and learn all about the Texas Apple Industry. Afterwards head on over to The Apple Store where you will discover why Texas Monthly declared their apple pie to be “The Best Apple Pie in Texas” or pop into The Apple Store’s Patio Cafe to enjoy a meal from one of the “Best 40 Small Town Cafes in Texas”.

Devine Acres Farm, Devine, TX

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  • When: October 3-November 1, Saturday & Sunday
  • What: A trip to Devine Acre Farms is not for the faint of heart! With a plethora of different activities available, the family is sure to have a fun-filled day. From hayrides, to sack races, games of volleyball, horseshoes and washers, mazes, trike derby and family catch-and-release fishing, you’ll never run out of things to do!

At’l Do Farms, Lubbock, TX

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  • When: September 19-November 14, Tuesday-Sunday
  • What: Visiting this pumpkin patch is like stepping into a story book. Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch before exploring the giant maze, or Fairy Tale Trail with the kiddos.Then grab a bag of caramel corn and some hot chocolate and take a hayride to Pumpkin Hollow at dusk where over 150 carved pumpkins are illuminated revealing different Disney characters, Famous people, Peanut Characters and other Halloween themed scenes!

NOTE:  Amanda found some awesome additions to last year’s list.  If you need more suggestions, check it out here - http://thedaytripper.com/2014/10/17/fall-festivals-and-pumpkin-patches/

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Get Ready, because Season 7 kicks off this week on PBS stations across Texas.  For our premiere episode, we are headed to East Austin to eat some handmade salami and thai food, visit Stephen F. Austin, and do an obstacle course.  Let’s hit the road.

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his could be your desk!! Ever wanted to work for the strangest travel show in Texas?  Looking to gain experience in production, editing, marketing, journalism, and being on set for a TV show?  Well then listen up.

We are currently looking for our next FALL SEMESTER intern.  Here are the criteria.

  • Must be enrolled in school and seeking credit for the internship
  • Must show interest in aspects of television production (filming, editing, writing, marketing, etc.)
  • Knowledge and/or experience with non-linear editing preferred (Premiere, Avid, FCPX)
  • Must be available to work for 15-20 hours/week at our offices in Georgetown, TX

This is a PAID internship at $8/hour.  If you are attending one the following schools, apply though the links below. All others, please send your resume to tosha (at) hogaboomroad.com.

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