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  1. I had never heard about this place before. Thanks for sharing! Saving this so I can have another read before visiting Texas (hopefully soon) πŸ™‚

    1. Awww…thanks! If you find yourself near Fort Worth, Weatherford is definitely a charming day trip! Wishing you a fabulous day, Marita! πŸ™‚ xx – Anshula

  2. OK, it is a very pleasant place. I enjoyed reading your post and the photos are lovely. I’m probably not going to visit, however, unless Texas comes up on my travel radar soon. And who knows, it might. Nice post.

    1. Thanks, Christine! Weatherford is definitely one of those vague small towns that I somehow always seem to land up in, but I’m so glad I got to take you on a virtual tour! Warm wishes to your next adventure (Texas or otherwise!) πŸ™‚ xx – Anshula

    1. Yes! I was quite surprised by how green the landscape was considering this is North Texas. I’m so glad you enjoyed the photographs! Have a fabulous day, Isabella! πŸ™‚ xx – Anshula

    1. Hey, Kevin! Character is the word for gardens in Weatherford. I was surprised by how many there were in one small town and how each of them carried their own flavour! Have a great day! πŸ™‚ xx – Anshula

    1. Ooohh! I’d definitely suggest either Amarillo, San Antonio, Austin, or Dallas for a first visit to Texas! They all offer very different flavours! Amarillo is the stereotypical cowboy city. San Antonio is historic. Austin is plain weird (in a good ol’ Texas way). And Dallas has a little bit of everything! πŸ™‚ xx – Anshula

  3. Of those small towns in Texas, I can say that I have been to Canyon. Recently visited Palo Duro and can heartily recommend it. It was totally surprising to see the canyon in what seemed like the middle of nowhere.

  4. I looked up more about Wimberly and I think this one would be my favorite to check out.! They have a wooded area with a swimming hole that looks excellent- Blue Hole Regional Park. I find myself wanting to break up big city visits with small towns more and more these days.

  5. Didn’t know that the Palo Duro Canyon is the second largest in United States. I don’t know much about Texas all together to be honest, but that’s why it’s so lovely when I stumble upon posts like yours.
    Weatherford sure looks like a place to visit, would love to find out more and stroll around the garden.

  6. I was really surprised to see and hear about some of the places on the list. For example, British gardens in Weatherford? Amazing. It just goes to show how much hidden treasures you can find in the US when you look at the smaller places off the beaten track!

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