If you've noticed more caterpillars than usual this spring, you're not losing your mind. They're everywhere! And if you stand under a tree, that powdery substance around your shirt collar may be caterpillar droppings. Gross.
If your brood is anything like mine, the first thing the kids do when they walk in the door after school is grab the iPad or the Kindle. Spring is here, kids! East Texas has plenty of things to do outside, and we're leavin' the house. Here are just a few ideas.
You've probably seen the Girl Scouts set up outside different stores across East Texas over the past couple of weeks, and their parents may have passed the order form around the office. How much longer do cookie sales last?
Texas Parks and Wildlife says East Texas has some of the most dense wild hog populations in the state, and they tear up yards and ruin crops every year. Controlling the feral hog population is about to get real. Real messy. See what population control method Texas approved this week.
At first glance it might look like a 10 foot by 9 foot patch of grass. But the history behind it makes this obscure Texas landmark significant, and if you want to take a pic at that spot, it's not too far from Lufkin.
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