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Some of Texas Bob's Favorite Links

  • Texas Snakes
    Educational Programs and Snake Shows for schools, day cares and birthday parties. Texas Snakes gives snakes the respect they deserve.
  • Frontier Times Magazine
    Frontier Times Magazine was published during a time when early Texas settlers, pioneers cattlemen and observers of the events were still alive and able to tell their stories.;; (1923 - 1954); Its articles are written largely from the vantage point of the eye-witness observer or actual participant in the event.; Now they are available on-line exclusively from FrontierTimesMagazine.com. The site has an extensive search engine to direct you to specific people, places and events.; I have already found two of my family members mentioned in a story about an Indian altercation in Central Texas.
  • Texas Junction
    The best private Texas page on the Web. Especially for Texas history buffs.
  • Texas Government
    A direct link to the governmental departments of the State of Texas.
  • The Office of the Governors of Texas
    A good page for research. Includes information history and current events. Also includes a page specifically for children. This page is also available in Spanish.
  • Texas Travel
    Texas Department of Tourism. ; A fun page with lot of Texas stuff. Texas cursors, Texas wall paper, Texas postcards.
  • Guadalupe National Park
    Guadalupe Mountains National Park is the world's premier example of a fossil reef from the Permian Era. The park is known for its extensive hiking and backpacking opportunities in one of the nation's most pristine wilderness areas. Birding, history, and many other opportunities to learn and have fun await visitors in this hidden gem of West Texas. McKittrick canyon is the highlight of this Texas park located on US 180 East of El Paso, Texas. This park is also the site of the tallest peak in Texas. For the story of my climb to the "Top of Texas" click here.
  • Big Bend National Park
    There is a place in Far West Texas where night skies are dark as coal and rivers carve temple-like canyons in ancient limestone. Here, at the end of the road, hundreds of bird species take refuge in a solitary mountain range surrounded by weather-beaten desert. Tenacious cactus bloom in sublime southwestern sun, and diversity of species is the best in the country. This magical place is Big Bend.

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