Stephanie Myers

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Day Trip: Wimberley's Blue Hole is a Hill Country Jewel

Ah, the swimming hole. There’s not a Central Texan around who can’t appreciate the appeal of a good swimming hole; a shady spot where the river or creek widens and deepens as bald cypress trees bend at the hips, looking at their reflection in the water.

Day Trip: Guadalupe River State Park

It’s just about August, and that means we’re sort of, kind of, relatively close to the end of the absolute worst part of the eight-month stretch of year we call summer.

Day Trip: Monument Hill/Kreische Brewery

A trip to this La Grange park is rich with history.

Day Trip: Bull Creek (East of 360)

This Colorado River tributary is one of Austin’s greatest natural treasures.

Day Trip: McKinney Roughs Nature Park

McKinney Roughs is maintained by the Lower Colorado River Authority as a day use park for recreational hikers and horseback riders. It's worth a visit.

Day Trip: Mount Bonnell

Technically neither a mountain nor a day trip, this Austin landmark is still worth a look.

Day Trip: Bull Creek

An effortlessly beautiful place that's just a short drive away.

January Bike Events Round-Up

Between social rides, advocate meetings, and even pub crawls, there’s plenty to do this month for cyclists of all varieties. Just dress warm!

I’m In Favor of Rail. Period.

“If your preferred subcorridor wasn’t initially identified for the next corridor investment, would you still support moving forward?”

UT Lauded for Bike-Friendly Improvements

Anybody who’s biked around the University of Texas in the past year has probably noticed new bike lanes and racks, and people are taking notice nationally too.


Stephanie is the former city news reporter for the Austin Post. 

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