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In the February issue of Texas Highways

TH loves Texas travel. And this month’s special issue highlights one of the regions our readers love best: Big Bend. Chocolate, Lubbock and the South Texas story at the Witte Museum are included as well. Who could ask for more?

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Life Returns to the Chisos High Country

Autumn rains in Big Bend National Park brought wildflowers and inspired optimism about the future of the high-country forest. A challenging hike to the park’s famous South Rim puts things in perspective.

Where’s Martha?

Marfa has captivated the hearts of art-lovers and desert denizens the world over. With art, music, a new “foodie” culture, and spectacular scenery, now is the perfect time to become a fan yourself.

Galaxy Quest

At McDonald Observatory, visitors explore outer space while keeping their feet planted firmly in West Texas. This facility also provides an inviting opportunity for novices to gaze skyward.

Raising the Bar on Chocolate

Valentine’s Day inspires a flurry of chocolate gift-giving, but Texans go cocoa-loco year-round. Chocolatiers in Dallas and Austin offer their spin on sweets

TH Traveler

A roundup of February events spotlights rodeos in Fort Worth , San Antonio, and Houston; Alpine’s Texas Cowboy Poetry Gathering, plus 101 other fun things to see and do this month.

For a searchable list of all Texas happenings, go to the TH Events page.

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