Have a comment, question or observation about something you’ve seen in the print version of Texas Highways, or on our website? This is just the place to weigh in!
Lois M. Rodriguez, Web editor
Texas Highways, the official travel magazine of Texas
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I was very intrigued by the article on Chocolate shops Texas in the February 2007 issue. (See THIS.) As a result, my girlfriends and I are surprising our chocoholic friend with the chocolate trek of the her life. We are taking her to the different shops mentioned in your magazine and giving her spending money to buy as much chocolate her little heart can desire. I love your magazine and it often inspires our many girl’s trips and overnights. I would love to share our experiences if you are interested.
We love Texas Highways and we would love to see more of the May article on Donna Howell Sickles
posted on your web. Frisco citizens take a special interest in Ms. Sickles work as she once lived
here. She is also a big part of the restoration of a historical home that they once lived in and have
generously donated to the Frisco Heritage Association. The over 100 year old home is being
restored as part of the newly developing Frisco Heritage project.
I have been a subscriber for forever (and I have all the old copies to prove it). But there is one thing I can't do with my friends and relatives in Michigan; I can't share an article with them without sending them a magazine or buying each one a subscription. Other magazines allow subscribers to read (and share) articles on-line. When will Texas Highways do the same?
Help!We are planning a motor home trip to the Hill Country in April 2008. I have tried phoning and e-mailing the Texas State Parks people to ask some questions about their State Parks Pass. I want to find out what discounts the Pass gives on State Park campgrounds. I have not been able to reach anyone by phone. I have waited over 20 minutes each time I called. (they said it would be an 11-15 min. wait). I e-mailed a week ago, and have had no reply. Any suggestions on how to reach them? I’ve been reading many back issues of TH and have gotten so many good ideas about places to go and things to see. I keep "extending" the length of our trip!! Keep up the great writing!Nancy Wise
I read the article in July’s TH about the legendary cafe’s by June Naylor and was dissapointed to read that 2 of the favoritesIv’e been to were not listed .Top of the list would be the PONDER STEAK HOUSE (RANCHMANS} in Ponder,TX.just north of TEXAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY on Hiway 156,and the BLUEBONNET CAFE in Marble Falls,almost overlooking Lake LBJ. Thanks for the update though. J.Donlin
May 2008 — Tell Barbara Rodriguez that the Burro Lady (Judy Magers) did not especially ride her burro “around town”. She rode it great distances around the Big Bend, from Sanderson to Van Horn and from Fort Davis to Presidio. You should check with Bill Ivey.
Also–you missed the Kiowa Gallery. And its owner, Keri Artzt.
Tourists might be taken aback by it, but locals think La Casita has some of the best Mexican food.