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In the November issue of Texas Highways

It's about trees: Look for fall color at Lost Maples and delve into the historic trees of Texas. Head to town for Marshall's Main Street Second Saturday festival, and check out Concho culture in San Angelo.

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Where do you plan to go for Thanksgiving? Take the reader survey and enter to win one of ten Texas Highways 2013 calendars!

Looking for Bigtooth

The Bigtooth Maples at Lost Maples State Natural Area gleam each fall with spectacular color. When evening descends, frog symphonies and starry skies join the show.

Living Witness Book

Living Witness: Historic Trees of Texas

Some of the state's most famous trees have witnessed events of the Texas Revolution, Karankawa council meetings, antebellum trade skirmishes, and peacetime treaties.

Is there a tree that has caught your attention? Share your tree photos.

Texas Highways is on the road again

Come visit our booth and get special deals!
•Oct. 27 –28 at the Texas Book Festival in Austin, on the grounds of the Capitol.
•Oct. 27 at the Fredericksburg Food & Wine Festival at Marktplatz
•Nov. 10–11 at the Texas Travel and Adventure Show at the Dallas Convention Center

Dig it! October is Texas Archeology Month

Take a look at some of the events taking place around the state.

TH Traveler

It's time for the Harvest Moon Celebration in Boerne. Or romp in the snow at the Lighting of the Doves and International Winter on the Waterway in The Woodlands, plus 127 more fun things to do this month.

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

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