Hey kiddos! My name's Austin and I'll 'steer' you on a Road Trip Across Texas. We'll visit thirteen cities and towns that make Texas what it is today. To travel with me across Texas, you'll need to know how to navigate my website. If you're just lookin' for facts, click on the lasso marked 'Compare' and you'll see a table of facts for all the cities. If you want to visit a certain city, click on that city's name on the Texas map above, or find it on the side navigation bar. On the individual city pages, there are mileage signs, a journal entry, a
factbox, an image gallery and additional information resources. To make a photo Texas-sized, click on it. For a fun activity, join me in a Texas artifact scavenger hunt. I'll give you a clue on each city's page. Look on the city's page for the artifact that the clue describes. Click on it and you'll hear my approval! Under 'Links' on the navigation bar, you'll find links to other websites with more information on the Lone Star State. Well, we have no more time to waste! Jump in my pickup and let me be your guide for your Road Trip Across Texas!
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