Get Me Outdoors!

2017-08-14T20:58:28+00:00 Aug 10, 2017|

If you are a nature lover then moving to the Texas Hill Country was the perfect move for you! Being a resident of Kissing Tree means that you are close to a variety of parks, natural preserves [...]

Cozying Up to a Good Book

2017-08-14T20:56:47+00:00 Aug 3, 2017|

With so much to see and do in the Hill Country, sometimes it’s nice to pursue a more relaxing endeavor. For us at Kiss and Tell, this consists of grabbing a good book and a quiet spot [...]

The Proof is in Burger

2017-06-30T16:42:19+00:00 May 26, 2017|

Driving down Old Ranch Road 12 from San Marcos to Dripping Springs is one of the most scenic routes through the Hill Country. Recently, I decided to drive to the very end of the road and what [...]

Get your Kolache fix at Dos Gatos

2017-06-30T16:42:20+00:00 Apr 19, 2017|

There’s so much to see and do in SMTX and the Hill Country that there isn’t always time for a good ole’ fashioned sit down breakfast. As much I love a 3-hour brunch with flowing blueberry mimosas [...]

The History of the Kissing Tree Land

2017-06-30T16:42:20+00:00 Feb 1, 2017|

STRINGTOWN (A GARDEN OF EDEN?) To those escaping the divisiveness and growing economic hardships of the old South, an eight-mile strip of land [1] along the Old San Antonio Highway seemed a veritable utopia. For a few [...]

Switched on at Accent Lighting

2017-06-30T16:42:20+00:00 Dec 6, 2016|

Calling Jim Lehman a lighting designer is a bit of an understatement. He’s a CLC (certified lighting consultant), who belongs to the American Lighting Association and the Illuminating Engineers Society of North America. Step into Accent Lighting [...]

San Marcos Hidden Gems

2017-06-30T16:42:20+00:00 Nov 24, 2016|

San Marcos is at the center of everything that’s great about Texas, and we don’t want you missing out on any of it! We have all the comforts of a big city, but also cling to our [...]

Splash town: Tubing the area rivers

2017-06-30T16:42:20+00:00 Nov 16, 2016|

Dragonflies hovered beside us, just above the water, and fish darted below in the clear, spring-fed ripples of the San Marcos River. Great blue herons stood near the banks, alert and as still as statues, nearly camouflaged [...]

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