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Features

    Feature

    A Snake to Love

    Outdoors journalist comes to admire rattlesnakes, which are not the evil beings of legend and myth in Texas

    Feature

    Common Snakes of Texas

    Learn to tell the difference

    Feature

    The Ranch That Built the Capitol

    The short-lived XIT Ranch, the world’s largest, left behind myths as lasting as the edifice it funded


Departments

TCP Talk

    Web Extras

    April 2020 Web Extras

    Find exclusive online content from this issue

    Finish This Sentence

    My Most Unforgettable First Date Was ...

    Here are the many ways readers finished this sentence

    Hit the Road With Chet Garner

    Dark Landmark

    Dead Man’s Hole near Marble Falls remains as a grim reminder of Civil War brutality

    TCP Kitchen

    Farmers Market

    With a trove of vegetables in season, we offer a variety of dishes featuring ingredients fresh from the market

    April 2020 Photo Contest

    Focus on Texas: Sunsets

    So many fantastic images on the horizon

    Currents

    Penny for Our Thoughts?

    Some of the topics we looked into while you were reading last month’s issue

    Power of Our People

    Sharing Veterans’ Voices

    Fayette County columnist told stories of World War II in newspaper and book

    Texas Places

    Lost, Texas

    Book offers a photographic tour of buildings forgotten and abandoned

    Texas History

    Death on Tiny Wings

    Mosquito-borne yellow fever terrorized Texas multiple times in the 1800s

    Observations

    The Sneed-Boyce Violent Feud

    Love triangle involving wealthy ranching families erupts in bloodshed

    Energy Efficiency

    10 Tips for Spring Energy Savings

    Take charge around the home and save



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