Adventure on the Trinity Reveals Fading & Forgotten ETX History

Adventure on the Trinity Reveals Fading & Forgotten ETX History 

Our team loves adventure, so when we got a call this week to take a trip down to the Trinity River to see some amazing architecture with long-time Anderson County residents Bo and Jodi Harding, we jumped at the opportunity. … Read More

August is National Catfish Month

August is National Catfish Month

East Texans are well acquainted with the bottom feeder, known as the the whiskerfish. Area residents have enjoyed catfishing and the fish fry feast they make for many years.… Read More

Plunder In The Pines

Plunder In The Pines

East Texas is full of legends, mysteries, and folklore. Just beneath the surface of the Pineywoods, buried treasure is said to be scattered. There may not have been pirates roaming about the region, but over the years plenty of booty was left behind in East Texas.… Read More

Trinity River

Trinity River, Elm Fork

Formed in Montague County, the Elm Fork of the Trinity River flows approximately 85 miles southeast meeting the West Fork to create the main stream of the Trinity. … Read More

East Texas Wooly Booger: Fact Or Faked?

Bigfoot X-ingEast Texas- Under the piney wood canvas of East Texas, mysterious legends give way to area folklore. East Texas folklore has passed along the mythical tales of the strange and unusual for over 250 years, including the legend of the elusive creature known as Bigfoot.Read More