Category: Texas

Log Cabin Village: Fort Worth, TX

One of my favorite things to do is explore things that are close to home. We all have interesting things around the corner that get overlooked because they seem too tame. I’ve known about the Log Cabin Village in Fort Worth for a while, it’s across the street from the Fort Worth Zoo and near

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Local Legends: Lake Worth’s Cryptid

October calls for spooky stories! A big part of camping is telling stories around the campfire. Some of these are made up on the spot, some are passed down through family traditions, and some are based on local legends but they all typically have one thing in common – they are creepy. Let’s gather around

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Rocky Mountain Road Trip: Texas and New Mexico

Day 1 – Texas The first day’s drive was fairly short and needed to be because we left after work to spend the night with friends in Amarillo. We have both made this drive often as we went to college in the Texas Panhandle. The most direct way to get from DFW to Amarillo is

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McGee Travel Tales is Exploring

I’m sorry to interrupt the beautiful adventures on Mount Rainier National Park. We are at a family reunion and road tripping. Honestly, I was so busy prepping and packing before we left that I didn’t have time to write much before leaving. The beauty of Washington state will be back next week. I am super

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Amarillo for July 4th

We spent the forth of July visiting some friends in Amarillo. This trip was way too short and we didn’t get to see everyone we would have liked to. Both Keltin and I went to college in the Texas Panhandle and the region holds a special place in our hearts. Saturday We started out enjoying

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Dallas Wine, Bites, and City Lights Tour

Recently Keltin and I had a wonderful date night on a Dallas by Chocolate tour. This is actually our second tour with this company, the first being before I started McGee Travel Tales. These tours are a ton of fun and a great way to sample new places in Dallas, without having to worry about

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Hiking Fort Worth Nature Center

We do not get to hike at the Forth Worth Nature Center and Refuge as often as we would like, this beautiful park has a number of hiking trails for all skill levels. I had the opportunity to hike there once in 2019 and then Covid hit and I didn’t get to introduce Keltin to

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Coastal Plains in Conclusion

This was a wonderful weekend trip and I could have relaxed for a few more days in our wonderful Getaway Cabin. Good food and nature do wonders for a person. If you missed any of the posts for this series, check them out below! Food and Drink Wildflyer Mead Co. Campfire Cooking Where to Stay

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