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TH Extra May 2013

Best Summer Ever

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In the May issue of Texas Highways

TH is looking ahead to vacation time: Make plans for your best summer ever! Check out our top 12 trips, plus swimming holes and camping and Corpus Christi excursions with your kids.

Best Summer Ever

Summer is right around the corner. Sure, some may feel a hint of dread associated with the inevitable heat. But the Texas summer also inspires eager anticipation for vacations, late sunsets, and a plethora of water recreation. Here are 12 terrific travel ideas to make this your best summer ever.

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All Wet!

It’s all about water when it comes to surviving—and dare we say relishing—the Texas summer. Our state is home to numerous refreshing swimming holes that beckon when the swelter takes over.

Play by the Bay

With impressive science, history, and art attractions, Corpus Christi keeps tourists plenty busy. And to top it off, there’s the beach! This combination makes for a great getaway especially with kids.

TH Traveler

The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center celebrates blooms with a TH photo exhibit and contest, Fort Lancaster remembers its frontier days, and the Scots gather in Arlington, plus dozens of other fun activities in May.

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


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Wild and Wonderful

Check out the wildflowers at Texas Highways’ photography exhibit May 4-12 at Austin’s Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. May 6 is the deadline to submit your entries to the Wildflower Photo Contest.

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