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Mountainmama Mar 30
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Peter Hill May 15
The storied Rio Grande River just down from Seminole Canyon. 85 degrees, partly cloudy and a nice breeze have made for a pleasant afternoon hike.
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Doriane Marvel May 26
Family obstacle course through muddy trails!
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Texas State Parks 5 Jan 19
Let's take a moment to appreciate the amazing Texas sky from the doorstep of a San Angelo State Park cabin! You too can have this view, visit
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Leonard Dick May 15
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texasmrscooper Jul 19
Enjoying this view, even though it's 9️⃣6️⃣❗☀️😎💚
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Heather Steele Oct 24
Gust of 61 mph wind and 100% rain. Possible hail. Holding on to our knickers y'all!
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KC Hulsman Sep 23
in , offers dark skies capable on a clear night to capture . There were just three of us in the entire site this past Saturday night that chanced the clouds for a chance to shoot the stars.
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Colleen Graves Jul 8
High dive at largest spring fed swimming pool- Balmorhea SP. @goshtx
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Enchanted Rock SNA Apr 30
A red admiral butterfly enjoying the cactus blooms. We just can't get enough of this fabulous Spring!
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Travel Family Adventure May 31
Do you LOVE Bison? You can watch this little herd at San Angelo State Park, Texas. The park is also known for having a portion of the official Texas Longhorn herd too. 🐂
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A Birder Oct 13
Say’s Phoebe at Pedernales Falls State Park, Johnson City, Texas
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Natalie Bright Mar 24
Palo Duro Canyon State Park with the fam this week.
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GESS Dec 27
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Heather Steele Oct 27
We are literally watching the Astros vs Nationals on the tablet leaned up against a watermelon!
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Rover 8 Feb 19
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Laci Mar 27
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ℂ𝕠𝕠𝕡𝕖𝕣 ℍ𝕚𝕝𝕥𝕠𝕟 Feb 1
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versatile elements Aug 7
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TPWFoundation Feb 17
What’s the best way to celebrate Presidents' Day? Outside! We’re grateful for every leader who has helped make conservation a priority and for you, who do so much to help TPWF conserve the wild things and wild places of Texas!
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