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In the May issue of Texas Highways:

TH helps you plan your summer fun. This issue includes resort escapes, a family trip to San Antonio, fun in Frisco, and a kayak excursion on the Brazos.

SA Scavenger Hunt

A trip to see the Alamo and other San Antonio sites remains a Texas rite of passage. One family adds a new dimension to the expedition with a photo scavenger hunt.

Retreat … Relax … Rebound

Float a lazy river, go horseback riding, hit the links, or chill at the spa. Make your escape kid-friendly or kid-free. Myriad options await at Texas resorts from Bastrop to Glen Rose.

Floating the Upper Brazos

A gentle kayak trip down a 10-mile stretch of the Brazos River rewards three paddlers with hilly vistas, wildlife sightings, and new insights.

Go. See. Do!

Celebrate National Wildflower Week and head over to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin. An exhibit of Texas Highways wildflower images,The Serendipity of Wildflowers 2012, will be on display there May 7-13. For a searchable list of all Texas happenings go to the TH Events page.

TH Says: Head to West Texas for a full view of the annular solar eclipse. On May 20 the moon will pass between the earth and the sun. Check out the safe viewing opportunities in Midland and Lubbock.

Where are you seeing wildflowers?

They really seem to be popping this year. Share your sightings on the TH Facebook page.

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