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Texans have known great partnerships throughout Lone Star history: Goodnight and Loving, Waylon and Willie and now Texas Co-op Power and Chet Garner, the Daytripper. Beginning with the April 2019 travel issue, Texas Co-op Power will deliver Chet’s one-of-a-kind stories from Texas backroads. Share in the excitement as Chet explores out-of-the-way curiosities and colorful characters that make Texas unique.
See Chet’s stories on the pages of Texas Co-op Power each month or enjoy a video of the trip on TexasCoopPower.com. Take Chet’s advice and hit the road yourself. You’ll find a new appreciation for the great state of Texas.
Catch up on Chet’s latest stories:
The Ezekiel Airship may have made man’s first flight in 1902 near Pittsburg.
An inspiring desk perched on Hancock Hill overlooks Sul Ross State University in Alpine.
Lowly Activities in Arlington
Top O’ Hill Terrace was a tearoom atop an underground gambling hideout.
What Lies Beneath
Buffalo Bayou’s forgotten cistern returns to public life
Fun in the Past Tense
Odd, fascinating collection at the Frontier Times Museum in Bandera makes for memorable visit.
A dot on the map in West Texas boasts keepsakes from Roy Orbison’s career.
A football field in San Saba, built over a cemetery, has a lively history.