Summer’s here at last, and as temperatures rise in Texas, the need for proper immersion becomes absolutely essential. So essential, in fact, that the folks at Texas Monthly determined it would be a public service to map out 19 places to cool off the way mother nature intended.
Andrea Valdez writes for Texas Monthly, she says some of these watering holes are much more obvious than others: Barton Springs in Austin, for example.
What you’ll hear in this segment:
– A hidden spring in east Texas that takes you back in time
– How this year’s rains have affected swimming hole water levels
– How a swim spot labeled as ‘grueling’ made the list