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Ten Texas Wineries

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From Austin to Fredericksburg, the Texas Hill Country is home to more than 40 wineries featuring hundreds of uniquely crafted Texas wines. While not all of the wineries in the Lone Star State have a vineyard attached, most of them have land that they grow the grape vines on, in addition to the tasting rooms […]

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Texas Tubing

Frio River Tubing

Tubing down a Texas river is a rite of passage in the Lone Star State and it’s almost time to start loading up the truck to head to the water. While Texas has hundreds of rivers, there are four popular floating choices – Guadalupe, Comal, San Marcos and Frio. We’ve been down all four and can […]

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It’s Bluebonnet Time

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You can’t call yourself a Texan if the sight of bluebonnets on the side of the road doesn’t make you feel at home. A tradition unlike anything else, thousands of Texans hit the road each spring to check out the bluebonnets blooming across the state. While the town of Burnet is the official bluebonnet capital […]

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Chappell Hill’s Scarecrow Festival

Scarecrow Festival

We love this cool weather and think it is the perfect time to head up the highway to Chappell Hill’s 37th Annual Scarecrow Festival this weekend. Enjoy this fall Texas weather with some Goode outside family fun. This annual event takes place in one of our favorite Texas towns, Chappell Hill, this weekend on Saturday, […]

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Goode Road Trips

Texas Towns

There are so many great Texas towns to explore and summer is one of the best times to hit the road for some Texas traveling. We asked y’all to share some of your favorite Texas towns with us on Facebook and what do you know, many of your favorites are on our list too. Although […]

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Pack a Cooler; It’s Fishin’ Time

We can assure you there is nothing like a nice fishin’ trip to keep you busy during the long Texas summer. Fishing is a form of art around here and trust us, we’ve had plenty of practice. So listen up as we share some of the Goode family fishin’ traditions. First things first, we’ve got […]

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Bluebonnets are Blooming

It wouldn’t be spring in Texas without our state flower, the bluebonnet. It’s blooming is a tradition in it’s own right and every Texan looks forward to seein’ these blue beauties sprout in late March and early April. You know you’re from the Lone Star State when you have numerous family photos set in a […]

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Spring Break Around the Lone Star State

Spring break is right around the corner for many Texas students! Because kids are used to such fast paced lives these days, this week of freedom can sometimes leave them feelin’ bored. Luckily, Texas is the [second] biggest state and there’s plenty to do around here to keep busy.  I’ve listed some of my favorite […]

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