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What a photo - now I'm hankering to visit Texas.

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Good morning

I have only been to Houston once, and nowhere else in Texas. But then the below photo popped up in Facebook and now I'm thinking I'd love to see this. Lavender fields in Texas? Wow, is this pretty.

I don't know if 2013 will work (timing is specific for flowers). But, in digging a little bit, the below is near Fredericksburg and apparently San Antonio and Austin are near enough to make a week out of this...

So tell me about Texas hill country, and all the wildflowers, and Fredericksburg and San Antonio and Austin... muchas gracias!

https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/s480x480/19305_504276679625220_1305543289_n.jpg

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