Mar 23

The Saga of Seiders’ Springs

Shoal Creek bordered early Austin, and away from downtown the landscape quickly changed from a border to wild. Austin arose in 1839, and soon after Gideon White moved his family to the new capital and built a log cabin near a robust spring on Shoal Creek.

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Jan 07

The Polar Vortex, or There is No Need to Remind Us Why We Love Austin

This blog post was written by Ted Lee Eubanks. To learn more about the author, please visit this site. I decided to go see the polar vortex for myself. How could I miss the show? No television or radio channel…Read More

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Dec 02

Rufous Returns

This blog post was written by Ted Lee Eubanks. To learn more about the author, please visit this site. The bird weighs less than a grape, has a brain smaller than a pea, and flies thousands of miles each year…Read More

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Oct 16

After the Rains

This blog post was written by Ted Lee Eubanks. To learn more about the author, please visit this site. We have rain; not just a sprinkle, or a  mist, or a drizzle, but a frog-throttling rain. Here are a few…Read More

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