Tag Archives: Texas


  • Del Rio Preview pt ii

    Back in April Sarah Wilson and I made a road trip to Del Rio, Queen of the Rio Grande. It’s a border town most people in Texas have never visited,...

  • Blind Salamanders

    Some photos from my trip to the San Marco Aquatic Resources Center, whose mission is to sustain healthy populations of the endangered and threatened...

  • Deepest underwater cave system in the United States in the middle of the desert? Yup, that’s part of the mystery of Texas springs. Phantom...

  • On the San Marcos

    Lucky me to have won a fishing trip with Jesse Griffiths of Dai Due. Jesse’s book Afield: A Chef’s Guide to Preparing and Cooking Wild Game...

  • The Nueces River

    This river laughs. It dissembles for no purpose other than to delight, stretches of gin-clear shallows shape-shifting to emerald depths and back...

  • Goodenough Springs, 1941

    One of the side benefits of my dad’s recent retirement (which he didn’t get around to until his 80s) is the discovery of all sorts of things...

  • Pedernales Falls State Park

    On rare occasion I’ll come across a spring that I just don’t want you to be able to find. But the tax dollars that the Texas leadership,...

  •   How the rain changes everything: Big Stacy Spring in Travis Heights

  •   The Greenbelt, living up to its name

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