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Tubing the San Marcos River near San Antonio TX   There are also several other rivers in TX that are great for tubing. The Guadalupe and the Medina and the Gruene.

Need to go this summer! Tubing the San Marcos River near San Antonio TX There are also several other rivers in TX that are great for tubing. The Guadalupe and the Medina and the Gruene.

Burger's Lake, Ft. Worth Texas...looks fun

looks fun Spent many wonderful days here, made a lot of great memories. Cold water even in summer.

Ft Worth's Burger's Lake is a 30-acre park featuring a one-acre spring-fed lake for swimming.  includes:  - Two sandy beaches for sunning; wonderful big trees for shade  - A complete staff of certified lifeguards  - Over 300 picnic tables  - Six diving boards, a 20-foot slide and 25-foot trapeze  - Charcoal grills for cooking  - Plus much, much more!!!

From little ones who get a thrill out of the diving board to older patrons who just want to sit and remember their glory days, everyone can enjoy this little oasis.

LUBBOCK, Texas, May 11, 1970, F5. One of the strongest tornadoes in Texas history hit the heart of this medium-sized Panhandle city after dusk; thus there are no known photos of it. It is a key event in tornado science thanks to Dr. Ted Fujita's studies of the multi-vortex damage, which led to creation of the Fujita scale for rating tornado intensity. The city's Great Plains building was said to be the tallest to withstand an F5, however that contention is now disputed. (KevinR@Ky)

LUBBOCK, Texas, May 11, 1970, F5. One of the strongest tornadoes in Texas history hit the heart of this medium-sized Panhandle city after dusk; thus there are no known photos of it. It is a key event in tornado science thanks to Dr. Ted Fujita's studies of the multi-vortex damage, which led to creation of the Fujita scale for rating tornado intensity. The city's Great Plains building was said to be the tallest to withstand an F5, however that contention is now disputed. (KevinR@Ky)