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CENTRAL TEXAS LICHEN WORKSHOP
An intensive course teaching skills in collecting and identifying local
from Texas Tech University Press
"One of the greatest outflows from the Edwards
is the San Marcos Springs. The Tonkawan Indians called them Canocanayesatetlo,
meaning warm water. More than 200 springs burst forth from three large
fissures and many smaller openings." more...
Real de Catorce
weather conditions in Austin
practice your geography
Play this cool flash game
and see if you know your mid dle east and northern Africa.
where to go tubing around austin...
Besides the Comal, the Guadalupe is also
popular for tubing. These companies rent
tubes and rafts of all sizes. See this
links to these and other companies and
coupons for New Braunfels river fun.
Onion Creek Mosasaur
Discovered in 1934 by The University
of Texas at Austin geology students Clyde Ikins (shown above) and John
P. Smith, the Onion Creek Mosasaur is 30 feet long, about 12 feet of which
are tail. The head is 4 feet 8 inches long, and the jaws, when fully opened,
have a gape of about 3 feet.