FOOD & DRINK
Savor the Flavor: 3 Kerrville Restaurants Redefining American Cuisine
In this article, we will be exploring three contemporary American eateries in Kerrville. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these places yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
Dogs in Need: Could Your Home Be Their New Home in kerrville, TX?
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around kerrville..
Harper's Community Haven: Celebrating the Harper Community Park
Nestled in the heart of Harper, Texas, the Harper Community Park is not just green space; it's a historical landmark and a central hub for community life. Established in 1996, the park has become a beloved gathering spot for residents, offering a serene setting for picnics, recreational sports, and vibrant community events. Housing both the Harper Library and the Harper Volunteer Fire Department, the park symbolizes the community's unity and spirit, serving as an indelible part of Harper's history and future.
Hunting season never seemed so far out of reach: an outdoors writer, dealing with COVID-19
It seems like it’s been forever since we started this whole COVID-19 fear search, but I’d managed to avoid it for three years. I’d managed to avoid it until three weeks ago, anyway. That’s when I woke up one morning with a scratchy throat and an annoying cough. I told Rana I thought it was an allergic reaction to early cedar pollen, but she wasn’t buying that. She put me down with a testing kit and told me to make sure.
Stonehenge II: A Texan Tribute to Ancient Mysteries
In the heart of the Texas Hill Country, an artistic marvel stands as a tribute to one of the world's most mysterious ancient monuments. Stonehenge II in Hunt, TX, is the brainchild of Al Shepperd and Doug Hill, crafted in the early 1990s as a whimsical replica of the famed Stonehenge. While not an exact copy, being roughly two-thirds the size and lacking the original's astronomical alignment, this quirky Texan tribute captures the spirit of the Neolithic wonder alongside two Moai statues, channeling the enigma of Easter Island.
Exploring the Historical Charm of Comfort, Texas
Nestled in the Texas Hill Country lies a historical gem, Comfort, Texas, home to the Comfort Historic District. This area, recognized by the National Register of Historic Places, is a living museum boasting over 100 pre-1910 buildings. The district's impeccable preservation showcases the architectural and cultural heritage of the town, established by German immigrants in 1854. Walking through Comfort, visitors encounter a variety of architectural styles, from Late Victorian to fachwerk, a traditional German timber-framing technique.