Texas Highways, Volume 51 Number 10, October 2004 Page: 1
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2 UP FRONT From the Editor's desk
4 TALK TO TH Letters frcm our readers
7 SPEAKING OF TEXAS History,
folklore, and fascinating facts
8 FOR THE ROAD This month's top
picks and pla-:es
FUN FORECAST A roundup of
62 JUST PASSING THROUGH
San Jos6 ceramics
64 TEXCETERA Timely travel tidbits, plus
tips from our readers
65 WINDOW ON TEXAS
ABOUT OUR COVER This patci of Wood County in
northeast Texas lies along one of the colorful curves that
form part of Winnsboro's Autumn Trails. See story on page
14. Photo Randy Mallcry
14 WINNSBORO'S AUTUMN TRAILS Winnsboro's annual Autumn Trails festival fea-
tures three driving tours with spectacular fall foliage. STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY RANDY MALLORY
22 AMISTAD: OASIS ON THE BORDER Relax on the lake at Amistad National
Recreation Area, which sprawls across thousands of acres along tie Mexican border. BY RANDY
MALLORY, PHOTOGRAPHS BY BLAKE TRESTER
30 OLD FORT DAVIS TURNS 150 This year's Friends of Fort Davis Festival at Fort
Davis National Historic Site marks the 150th anniversary of the post's founding. BY GENE FOWLER,
PHOTOGRAPHS BY MICHAEL A. MURPHY
38 HATS OFF TO SINGING COWBOYS From Gene Autry to
George Strait, these Texas tunesters speak tc the cowboy (or cowgirl)
in all of uS. BY JOHN T. DAVIS 30 F
46 THE TEXAS BUTTERFLY FESTIVAL A hotspot for LAKE
butterfly-watching, Mission hosts an annual festival that celebrates the winged
wonders. BY EILEEN MATTEl, PHOTOGRAPHS BY LARRY DITTO
AMISTAD SAN ANTONIO
52 THE SWEET LIFE IN GREENVILLE This northeast Texas town is famous
for its cotton heritage, a World War II hero, and a tantalizing bakery. BY KELLIE B. GORMLY WITH
ANN GALLAWAY, PHOTOGRAP-S BY RANDY MALLORY
PHOTOS FROM TOP LEFT, CLOCKWISE: MICHAEL A MURPHY, BLAKE TRESTER; J. GRIFFIS SMITH
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