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In the September issue of Texas Highways

Glimpses of True, Texas, along with fun fall festivals, Paleoindian sites, and kolaches galore. So much to see and do!

True, Texas

Texas Highways selects nine attractions and adventures—both brand-new and time-tested—that define the heart and soul of our Texas spirit. Join TH readers and let us know what True, Texas, means to you!

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Order a copy of your favorite TH photograph. There are hundreds of images to choose from!

Our Paleo Past

More than 10,000 years ago humans built communities in today's Hill Country and Panhandle regions. Archeologists are discovering evidence of how they lived and died, and you can, too. Dig deeper: Author Dale Weisman offers more on Texas archeology.

Fests Up!

Blues and barbecue, hot-air balloons in the desert, cheesecake-on-a-stick, lip-syncing Elvises, shrimp a hundred ways, and cowboy-style roping lessons. It's our annual fall festival roundup!

Texas Kolache Trail

Czech it out! Follow TH as we bite into these pillowy pastries. Got a favorite kolache stop? Want a recipe to make your own? Read on...

TH Traveler

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Hot picks this month include pies, pickin', and parades at the Moody Cotton Harvest Festival, George Rodrigue's Blue Dog at the Amarillo Museum of Art, and a real deal with Austin's (free!) Museum Day.

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

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