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Old Posted Mar 15, 2009, 7:55 AM
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Originally Posted by oldmanshirt View Post
Its similar in the SA metro if you start in Wilson county (mostly flat) and drive 50 or so miles northwest into Bandera or Kendall county (hilly and rocky). Heck, you could even start in southeast Bexar county and go to the northwest part and see a drastic difference just within one county.
You can see quite a drastic difference without ever leaving Travis county, too! Flat black clay soil and diverse plant life on the east, to rolling hills, to some dramatic hills/rocky, desert plant life on the west side. If you re-drew the eastern border of Travis just a tiny bit to include the lost pines area of Bastrop county, it'd probably be the most diverse geographically in the state!
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