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Good morning, waking up to this foggy rainy morning and thinking about the cows in Smithville. Via: @ilovetexasphoto Follow us for more @Aileentexas Tag someone that should see this 👇 . . #NationalAgDay

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This is Texas, Enchanted Rock. Amazing views are worth the moderate hike up. Take plenty of water and don’t lose a child on the hike back down close to dusk. What’s your favorite Texas hiking spot? Did you lose a child there? @enchantedrockstatenaturalarea From 📷: @ilovetexasphoto Follow us for more @Aileentexas Tag someone that should see this 👇 . . #NationalAgDay

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This is Texas, we mark seasons by food. Crawfish season, tamale season, pho season (it’s always pho season), and ice cream season (it’s also always ice cream season). I know I’ve missed several critical Texas food groups so list your favorite below! From 📷: @ilovetexasphoto Follow us for more @Aileentexas Tag someone that should see this 👇 . . #NationalAgDay

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In the wake of the mass shooting that rocked his hometown, sixth grader Ruben Martinez brainstormed with his mom to find a way to shine some light on the community. That's how he created the , encouraging everyone in the city to do random acts of kindness in honor of the people who lost their lives. Since the challenge went viral, people have made good on their promises to do good, doing everything from donating supplies to teachers to visiting kids in the juvenile justice system. Read more at the link in our bio. 📷: Rose Gandarilla From 🎥 : @texasmonthly Follow us for more @Zuleykatexas Tag someone that should see this 👇 . . #NationalAgDay

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What did we learn from landing on the moon? Head to the link in our bio to listen to the first episode of The Anthill, where retired NASA astronaut and Texas A&M aerospace engineering professor Bonnie J. Dunbar explains what it’s like being in space. by @tamu From 📷: @texasmonthly Follow us for more @Zuleykatexas Tag someone that should see this 👇 . . #NationalAgDay

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Would ya look at those coconut meringue pie slices 😍😍😍 @breezylake’s snap from @oxbowpies is the inaugural installment of our new series! Keep using the hashtag on your favorite Texas food pics (it can be absolutely anything you ate or cooked in Texas) and one of them could end up on our feed. Via: @texasmonthly Follow us for more @Zuleykatexas Tag someone that should see this 👇 . . #NationalAgDay

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Thank you @ilovetexasphoto and @jasmine.defoore for inviting me to share my Dallas with you! I’ll see you down the road! 📸 @kokobo From 📷: @ilovetexasphoto Follow us for more @Aileentexas Tag someone that should see this 👇 . . #NationalAgDay

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In the wake of the horrific mass shooting in El Paso over the weekend, native El Pasoan and Texas Monthly editor Carlos Sanchez writes: "It’s (El Pasoans') treatment of immigrants that may be the defining legacy of the tragedy in El Paso—the fact that this majority Latino city has the gall to treat migrants with a sense of decency. El Pasoans have always been a kind people with a strong sense of humility, but the gunman fundamentally misunderstands the character of El Paso: It is a place confident in its identity and rich in history—and strong enough to stand up for itself. What the rest of the country will see in the days to come is a city of resilience, a city of compassion, a city of honesty, and a city ready to take on the stereotypes that hateful rhetoric has bestowed on it because of its proximity to a foreign land. El Paso will emerge in this national dialogue as a symbol of strength because El Pasoans, above everything else, are Americans too." Read "What the Shooter and Trump Don’t Understand About My Hometown of El Paso" at the link in our bio. 📷: John Locher/@apnews From 📷: @texasmonthly Follow us for more @Zuleykatexas Tag someone that should see this 👇 . . #NationalAgDay

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