July 20 – 26, 2015

Show # 1383, originally aired 03.01.14

Wander the banks of the Brazos River and explore where Texas was born. Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site, 23400 Park Road 12, Washington, TX 77880. Phone: 936-878-2214

Meet a woman whose crocheted characters have taken her to Hollywood. Allison Hoffman, Crocheted Doll Maker, Austin, TX

Find out where to go for Texas Best Scenic Drive.

Plus, see thousands of sandhill cranes soar in a sunrise ceremony. Jude Smith, Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge, 1531 county road 1248, Muleshoe, TX 79347 Phone: 806-946-3341

Show # 1004, originally aired 11.25.06

It’s a salute to the folks who make the Friday night lights a little brighter:

He’s been on the sideline in Decatur for more than half a century and he’s never missed a down. Coy O’Neal and Coach Kyle Story, Decatur High School, 750 East Eagle Summit Drive, Decatur, Texas 76234 Phone: 940-393-7200

We’ll spend halftime in San Antonio with a drill team like no other in the state. Amanda Camellia, Thomas Jefferson High School Trick Roper Team. 723 Donaldson Ave, San Antonio, TX 78201 Phone: 210-736-1981

Plus, he’s the only radio announcer most Brownwood High fans have ever known, with a name you’ll never forget. Dallas Huston, Brownwood High School, 2100 Slayden & 10th St., Brownwood, Texas 76801 Phone: (325) 646-9549

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