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FC: The Super Awesome A-Z Report

1: HUNTER PENA 7th period Coach Kee Sept 18, 2011

2: Table of contents Alamo Baylor University Colorado River Dallas Enchanted Rock Fort Worth Guadalupe Mountains National Park Highland Bayou Inner Space Caverns Johnson Space Cener King Ranch Lake Travis Mount Bonnel Nueces River Old Stone Fort Pecos River Quit Mar Mountain Rio Grande River St Edwards University Texas State University University of Texas Velasco Battle Waco Xit State meseum York Town Historical Museum zapata

3: The Alamo | The Alamo was built by the Spanish Empire in 1744. The Alamo used to be called the Mission San Antonio de Valero.The Alamo was surrendered by Mexican forces to General Martin Perfecto de Cos in 1835.On February 23, 1836, the Mexican army started a siege to the Alamo for thirteen days.The Alamo is a very popular attraction now and over 4 million people visit each year /

4: Baylor University | Baylor University in Waco, Texas, is a private Baptist university, and a nationally ranked liberal arts institution. Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas, Baylor is the oldest, continually operating university in the state.Baylor is a 735-acre campus in Waco, Texas, with an area population greater than 229,000. Their mascot is a bear. The university has 17 varsity sports.

5: Colorado river The Colorado River, measured in length and drainage area, is the largest river wholly in Texas. The river flows across the rolling prairie near San Saba County, enters the more rugged Hill Country and the Llano basin, and passes through a series of canyons before it issues from the Balcones Escarpment at Austin. Above Austin the lands along the Colorado are generally rough, but below Austin the river traverses the flat, alluvial bottoms of the Coastal Plain, an important agricultural area. Its drainage area is 39,900 square miles, and its runoff reaches a volume of more than 2 million acre-feet near the Gulf. The major towns along the stream are Austin, Lamesa, Colorado City, Robert Lee, Ballinger, Paint Rock, Marble Falls, Bastrop, Smithville, La Grange, Columbus, Wharton, Bay City, and Matagorda. Important reservoirs on the Colorado include Lake Colorado City, Lake J. B. Thomas, Buchanan Lake, Inks Lake, Lake Lyndon B. Johnson, Lake Travis, and Town Lakeqqv in Austin.

6: Dallas In 1839, John Neely Bryan, a lawyer from Tennessee wandered into the area. He was impressed with what he believed to be the perfect ingredients for a trading post and eventually a town: plenty of raw land, Indians with whom to do business, and the river. Bryan went to Tennessee to close out his affairs, and he returned to Dallas in 1841. He laid claim to 640 acres and sketched out a town, designating a courthouse square and 20 streets. President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on a downtown street in Dallas.Today Dallas is the ninth-largest city and part of the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the nation, Dallas covers approximately 343 square miles and has a population of 1,299,543.

7: Enchanted Rock Enchanted Rock State Natural Area consists of 1643.5 acres on Big Sandy Creek. It was acquired by warranty deed in 1978 by the Nature Conservancy of Texas, Inc., from the Moss family. The state acquired it in 1984, added facilities, and reopened the park in March 1984, but humans have visited here for over 11,000 years. Visitors can enjoy primitive backpacking, camping, hiking. The four major plant communities of Enchanted Rock are open oak woodland, mesquite grassland, floodplain, and granite rock community. Live oak, post oak, and blackjack oak dominate the oak woodland, with black hickory in moister areas.

8: Fort Worth | It is the sixth-largest city in the state and one of the 30 most populous in the nation. Named after Texas army commander William J. Worth, the city was founded during the Mexican War in 1849 as a military outpost. Fort Worth steadily grew as a center for cattle and meatpacking, first as a supply center along the Chisholm cattle trail, later with the completion of America's first railroad in 1876. An oil boom in 1917 and multiple military installations built during both world wars triggered additional growth. The Texas Civil War Museum in Fort Worth houses the largest private Civil War collection west of the Mississippi River. Fort Worth's Texas Motor Speedway is bigger than eight Texas Stadiums and seats more than 154,000 spectators. By itself, Fort Worth is larger than five cities that have previously hosted Super Bowls.

9: Guadalupe Mountains National Park | Dedicated in 1972, the park contains 86,416 acres with elevations ranging from 3,650 to 8,749 feet at the summit of Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in Texas. Four of the state's highest peaks are in the park, as well as many other unnamed peaks more than 8,000 feet tall, deep canyons, and a rare mixture of plant and animal life. Access to the park's rugged, majestic interior is by hiking and backpack camping along 80 miles of marked trails. Forests of Ponderosa Pines mingle with aspens, maples, mountain junipers and madrones. Abundant deer and elk graze upland meadows.

10: Highland Bayou | This bayou is south of Houston close to the small towns of La Marque and Hitchcock. Large oak trees grow along the banks, and in some spots wild roses have grown out on the trees over the water. Many birds, both aquatic and terrestrial, fly overhead in search of food, including a large purple martin colony in at least one of the backyards.Highland Bayou has a park that offers 230 acres of volleyball, tennis, basketball and horseshoe area. Fishing ponds and picnic tables offer a place to gather and enjoy the natural surroundings.

11: Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inner_Space_Cavern | Inner Space Caverns | Inner Space Cavern is a Karst cave located in Georgetown, Texas. The cave was discovered by the Texas Highway Department in 1963 during the construction of Interstate 35. There were several large openings to the caverns during the Ice Age, and several skeletons of prehistoric Ice-Age animals have been found in the caverns; many were trapped in the cave after they fell through the opening, unable to escape, and others drowned in thick, quicksand-like mud at the bottom of watering holes. Some filled-in sinkholes have been found, including the prehistoric entrance to the caverns. The caverns were carved by water passing through Edwards limestone. The caverns are estimated to be 90–100 million years old but were only open to the surface since the late Pleistocene period 20,000–45,000 years ago, evidenced by finds of mammoth and sabre-toothed cat bones. | Inner Space Caverns

12: Johnson space center Established as the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) in 1961, the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC) named in honor of the late President, is responsible for the design, development, and operation of human space flight. For more than three decades, JSC has been the world leader in human space flight operations for NASA.The eyes of the world were on Houston and the MSC on July 20, 1969 as Neil Armstrong reported from the lunar surface, "Houston, the Eagle has landed." Hours later, Armstrong descended the ladder of the Lunar Module (LM)"Eagle" proclaiming, "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind" as he took his historic first steps on the Moon's | Johnson space center Established as the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) in 1961, the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC) named in honor of the late President, is responsible for the design, development, and operation of human space flight. For more than three decades, JSC has been the world leader in human space flight operations for NASA.The eyes of the world were on Houston and the MSC on July 20, 1969 as Neil Armstrong reported from the lunar surface, "Houston, the Eagle has landed." Hours later, Armstrong descended the ladder of the Lunar Module (LM)"Eagle" proclaiming, "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind" as he took his historic first steps on the Moon's | Johnson space center Established as the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) in 1961, the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC) named in honor of the late President, is responsible for the design, development, and operation of human space flight. For more than three decades, JSC has been the world leader in human space flight operations for NASA.The eyes of the world were on Houston and the MSC on July 20, 1969 as Neil Armstrong reported from the lunar surface, "Houston, the Eagle has landed." Hours later, Armstrong descended the ladder of the Lunar Module (LM)"Eagle" proclaiming, "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind" as he took his historic first steps on the Moon's | Johnson space center Established as the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) in 1961, the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC) named in honor of the late President, is responsible for the design, development, and operation of human space flight. For more than three decades, JSC has been the world leader in human space flight operations for NASA.The eyes of the world were on Houston and the MSC on July 20, 1969 as Neil Armstrong reported from the lunar surface, "Houston, the Eagle has landed." Hours later, Armstrong descended the ladder of the Lunar Module (LM)"Eagle" proclaiming, "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind" as he took his historic first steps on the Moon's | Johnson space center Established as the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) in 1961, the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC) named in honor of the late President, is responsible for the design, development, and operation of human space flight. For more than three decades, JSC has been the world leader in human space flight operations for NASA.The eyes of the world were on Houston and the MSC on July 20, 1969 as Neil Armstrong reported from the lunar surface, "Houston, the Eagle has landed." Hours later, Armstrong descended the ladder of the Lunar Module (LM)"Eagle" proclaiming, "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind" as he took his historic first steps on the Moon's | Johnson space center Established as the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) in 1961, the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC) named in honor of the late President, is responsible for the design, development, and operation of human space flight. For more than three decades, JSC has been the world leader in human space flight operations for NASA.The eyes of the world were on Houston and the MSC on July 20, 1969 as Neil Armstrong reported from the lunar surface, "Houston, the Eagle has landed." Hours later, Armstrong descended the ladder of the Lunar Module (LM)"Eagle" proclaiming, "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind" as he took his historic first steps on the Moon's | Johnson space center Established as the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) in 1961, the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC) named in honor of the late President, is responsible for the design, development, and operation of human space flight. For more than three decades, JSC has been the world leader in human space flight operations for NASA.The eyes of the world were on Houston and the MSC on July 20, 1969 as Neil Armstrong reported from the lunar surface, "Houston, the Eagle has landed." Hours later, Armstrong descended the ladder of the Lunar Module (LM)"Eagle" proclaiming, "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind" as he took his historic first steps on the Moon's | Johnson space center Established as the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) in 1961, the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC) named in honor of the late President, is responsible for the design, development, and operation of human space flight. For more than three decades, JSC has been the world leader in human space flight operations for NASA.The eyes of the world were on Houston and the MSC on July 20, 1969 as Neil Armstrong reported from the lunar surface, "Houston, the Eagle has landed." Hours later, Armstrong descended the ladder of the Lunar Module (LM)"Eagle" proclaiming, "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind" as he took his historic first steps on the Moon's

13: Lake Travis Lake Travis is 63.75 miles long, and its maximum width is 4.5 miles. The lake covers 18,929 acres, and its capacity is 1,953,936 acre-feet. The lake is considered full at an elevation of 681.1 miles. At this elevation the lake contains 382,092,882,600 gallons of water. There are 270 miles of shoreline around the lake. It has a maximum depth of 210 and an average depth of 62 feet. The lakes historic high level is 710.4 feet on December 25, 1991. Its historic low level is 614.2 feet on August 14 1951. Lake Travis was created by the impounding of the Colorado River by the construction of Mansfield Dam in 1937- 41.

14: Mount Bonnell The peak is named for George Bonnell, who served as Commissioner of Indian Affairs for the Texas Republic. He first moved to Austin in 1839. Mount Bonnell also known as Covert Park, is a prominent point alongside Lake Austin portion of the Colorado River in Austin, Texas. Although the mount is often described as the highest point in Austin, the elevation at its peak (about 780 feet above mean sea level (AMSL)) is less than that of the Jollyville Plateau (max. elevation about 1100 feet AMSL). It has been a popular tourist destination since the 1850s.It was designated a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark in 1969

15: Nueces River The headwaters of the Nueces River rise from springs in northwestern Real County and flow some 345 miles or more through Edwards, Uvalde, Zavala, Dimmit, La Salle, McMullen, Live Oak, San Patricio and Nueces Counties into the Gulf of Mexico. Below State Highway 55 in Uvalde County the river is generally too shallow to paddle except during flood stage, when it becomes dangerous. In the Three Rivers area, where the Nueces reaches the confluence of the Atascosa and Frio Rivers, the flow will increase significantly for some recreational uses, but the river takes on the characteristics of a coastal waterway as it makes its way through the coastal plains of far South Texas. Lake Corpus Christi is about 40 miles upriver from Nueces Bay. Because of river conditions below SH 55, this report will cover the upper 45 miles starting at FM 335 in Real county and ending at SH 55 in Uvalde County.

16: Old Stone Fort La Casa Piedra (later known as the Old Stone Fort) was built by the Spanish in 1779 as the first mercantile house in Nacogdoches. It remained the tallest structure in town for nearly a century, and often served as the seat of civil authority. The building was the scene of many historic moments in early Texas. In 1834, Vicente Córdova and a partner bought the property and used it as a courthouse until Córdova was forced to flee following the failure of his 1838 rebellion. Over the years, the building served many purposes, finally ending up as a saloon. In 1902, it was dismantled. The original stones were saved and used to create a reconstruction which resides on the campus of Stephen F. Austin State University.

17: Pecos River The Pecos River snakes through the mountains of New Mexico and the desert lands of West Texas, a symbol of life for its inhabitants. Once wide and mighty, the river has been tamed over the years by a series of dams, irrigation canals and drought. High salt content, voracious non-native plant life and environmental groups are changing the face of the historic river. A thin, meandering finger of green and blue, the 900-mile Pecos River feeds this scorched land’s wildlife and domestic livestock. Thirsty greenery, mainly salt cedars and mesquite shrubs, chokes its banks. Hundreds of cement-lined irrigation channels draw brackish water from its banks, feeding the varieties of alfalfa, wheat and cotton grown along its length when the water runs high enough.

18: Rio Grande River The Rio Grande is an important source of internationally regulated irrigation, a use it has long been put to. Today, dams on the Rio Grande are used for irrigation, flood control, and regulation of the river flow. Further downstream N of Del Rio, Tex., is the Amistad Dam (completed 1969); it is 6 mi (9.7 km) long and impounds a huge reservoir; Amistad National Recreation Area is there. Below Near the mouth of the Rio Grande is the irrigation-dependent citrus-fruit and truck-farm region commonly called the Rio Grande Valley and developed principally in the 1920s. An agreement between the United States and Mexico in 1944 provided for future distribution of the river's water, but in drought years the amount reaching the United States is often less than what is called for under the treaty.

19: Quitaque First city in the United States to have a totally wireless telephone system. It was installed by GTE in 1991, but two years later we reverted back to wire.Home town of Jimmy Ross - President Lions Club International 2006 - 2007. (For the official Jimmy Ross/Quitaque Pin visit the Quitaque Lions Club's web site.)Voted "One of the Ten Hardest Working Communities in Texas" in 2005 and again in 2006 by Texas Department of Agriculture.Our dark starry nights make Quitaque a favorite place for astronomers with their telescopes. Do we have more nicknames per capita than any other city in Texas? (Check out the list at the Valley Farm Store.)Home of the official Texas state bison herd. Ted Turner recently donated 3 bison bulls to the herd.

20: St Edwards University St. Edward's University is a private, Catholic liberal arts institution of more than 5,200 students located in the vibrant city of Austin, Texas. Founded in 1885 by the Congregation of Holy Cross, the university emphasizes critical thinking, social justice and ethical practice. St. Edward's University was founded by Father Edward Sorin, CSC, a member of the Congregation of Holy Cross (he also founded the University of Notre Dame). Father Sorin was committed to providing a values-based education for students of varied cultural, religious, educational and economic backgrounds. His vision remains the cornerstone of the university's mission.

21: Texas State University Authorized by the Texas Legislature in 1899, Southwest Texas State Normal School opened its doors in 1903. Over the years, the Legislature broadened the institution's scope and changed its name, in succession, to Normal College, Teachers College, College, University, and in 2003 to Texas State University-San Marcos. Each name reflects the university's growth from a small teacher preparation institution to a major, multipurpose university. Through its nine academic colleges, Texas State offers nearly 200 undergraduate and post-graduate degrees to serve the needs of future generations of Texans. Their mascot is a bobcat.

22: University of Texas The University of Texas is located in Austin, Texas. It is in the heart of the Texas Hill Country a city with over 450,000 people and the hub of the state government. There are many things to do and see in Austin. Austin has a diverse population with activities for all ages. UT was founded in 1883 on 40 acres of land near the state capitol. It had one building, eight teachers, two departments and 221 students. It now has on its main campus of 357 acres and 120 buildings, home to more than 2,332 faculty, 15,000 staff members and close to 50,000 students. UT is now in it's 115th year. UT has awarded more than 350,000 degrees. Among the alumni are - Lady Bird Johnson, Walter Cronkite, Lloyd Bentsen, Bill Moyers, Federico Pena, Earl Campbell and Tom Landry.

23: Velasco Battle The Battle of Velasco, fought June 25–26, 1832 marked the first bloodshed in the then deteriorating relations between Texas and Mexico. In the conflict, Domingo de Ugartechea, the Mexican commander in charge of a fort at the town of Velasco, attempted to block attempts by the Texans to transport a cannon for possible use against Mexican forces at nearby Anahuac. After several days of fighting, the Texans under John Austin and Henry Smith prevailed when the Mexicans exhausted their ammunition. Before the fighting ended, however, some 8-10 Texans were killed and another 12 wounded. Mexican losses were placed at 5 killed and about 15 wounded. Under the provisions of the truce, Ugartechea and his men were allowed to return to Mexico. Tensions later eased somewhat when Mexican officials dismissed the Mexican commander at Anahuac, who had been the primary cause for the Texan's frustration with Mexican authorities in the area.

24: Waco Waco is named after the Huaco Indians, the first inhabitants of this area. In 1837, the Texas Rangers arrived intending to build a fort at Waco Village. The Rangers spent three weeks cutting a road through the woods and building a bridge over Cow Bayou. However, it was decided the outpost was too far from any white settlement to offer any protection. In 1886, Baylor University moved to Waco from Independence, Texas and merged with Waco University. Founded in 1845 under the Republic of Texas, Baylor is the oldest continually operated university in Texas. In the mid- to late-1800s, the fertile soil of the Brazos valley drew plantation owners from the deep South. As the turn of the century approached, Waco was one of the world's leading producers of cotton.

25: Xit History Museum | The XIT Museum in Dalhart, Texas, seeks to preserve the history and culture of one of the best-known ranches of the American West, the legendary XIT, which at its peak encompassed parts of ten Texas counties along a 200-mile (300 km) stretch of acreage in the late 19th century. The ranch operated from 1885–1912. The XIT Museum contains exhibits on the XIT Ranch and ranching equipment, wagons and several period rooms including a wedding Chapel. The museum also hosts changing exhibits on various collections of hats, guns, cameras and other historical items. Extensive photographic and document archives, microfilm of newspapers dating to the late 1800's and various other records provide research information upon request.

26: Zapata | Zapata is located along State Highway 83, this is the primary trade route between Laredo and the Lower Rio Grande Valley. Zapata's current population is about 12,000, which increases about 30% during the winter. During the winter months thousands of Winter Texans arrive to enjoy our mild climate and fine fishing. The North American Free Trade Agreement (N.A.F.T.A.) has increased the visibility and viability ofSouthTexas.Currently, South Texas is one of the nation's fastest growing regions, South Texas is in the path of progress and explosive growth.

27: Yorktown Historical Museum | The Yorktown Historical Museum houses artifacts of the earliest immigrants of Yorktown. The focal feature is a cistern that was built inside the building should an Indian attack be imminent. Presently students use it as a wishing well. If their coins land inside the wooden bucket their wish will come true, if it lands on the floor of the cistern the wishes of the museum will come true. The museum also houses over 300 antique and collectible dolls as well as many other collections.

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