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Finding Innovation at the Future of Care Luncheon

Want a peek into the future? Attend Seton’s Future of Care Luncheon next year.

It’s here, years ago, that I first learned about the new  225 palabras más

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Repost: Texas River Tracing: Pedernales

Readers sometimes wonder why a blog devoted mostly to socializing in Austin, along with some dollops of celebrity gossip and entertainment news, would also feature photos and reports from the blogger’s travels. 259 palabras más

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Repost: Texas River Tracing: Bastrop Bayou

Even during the Reading Week, one may trace a Texas river (our ninth during the past year).

The modest watercourse followed by car and on foot from its source to its mouth yesterday was Bastrop Bayou, which rises from soft, slack, cafe au lait pools in Richwood, between Clute and Angleton. 131 palabras más

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Repost: Texas River Tracing: Neches

Friday and Saturday, Joe and I traced the spring-perfumed Neches River, which rises in Van Zandt county northwest of Tyler, flows into recreational Lake Palestine, through the pruned Davy Crockett and Angelina national forests, into the (nearly dry) Lake B.A. 168 palabras más

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Repost: Texas River Tracing: Guadalupe

College buddy Joe Starr and I spent the weekend tracing our seventh Texas river, the prettiest yet. The Guadalupe River, best known to Austinites for tubes and floods, rises in Kerr County near Sisterdale, flows swiftly through Guadalupe River State Park and rugged Hill Country before folding into Canyon Lake. 450 palabras más

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Repost: Texas River Tracing: Upper Sabine

Time got away from us. Road trip buddy Joe Starr and I planned to trace the entire Sabine River — 550+ miles of it — Easter weekend. 806 palabras más

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Repost: Texas River Tracing: Pecos

“Can we get to the Pecos River on this road?”

“Yep.”

“How far is it?”

“A few miles.”

“Is there a bridge?”

“Yep.”

“Oh, we’ll turn around and get the car.” 812 palabras más

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