Posts Tagged ‘seymour’

Going on a Goose Hunt in Seymour

Monday, December 22nd, 2008

Have you ever been on a goose hunt? Probably not that many people in the world can say that they have unless they grew up in an area where it is popular.  This is all the rage in Dallas, and it can truly be an adventure and a learning experience if you are open to it.  When you are staying in the Dallas area, you can travel over to Seymour, which is just under 3 hours from Dallas.  There you will be provided with meals and lodging for the duration of your stay.

The ranch is a great place to get away from it all and to spend some time with friends.  You will have to bring your own equipment and also remember to bring warm clothes since it will get cool at night.  Camouflage is a must so that you can blend in with your surroundings while hunting.  It’s not a typical vacation activity, but that is exactly why you should try it at least once in your life.

Hunts start very early in the morning, between 4:30 and 8:00 am, so this is perfect for the morning people out there. You will enjoy a continental breakfast or a full Texan breakfast which is highly recommended.  In the afternoon you will be served lunch after the hunt and at dinner time you will have a huge selection of cowboy-themed food and delicious meats.  The chef is happy to tailor the menu to your needs provided you give adequate notice, and if you wish, you can even arrange a themed dinner for an additional cost.

If you are deeply involved in hunting already or are just looking to get outside your comfort zone, look into taking this trip.  The food, friendly atmosphere, and opportunity to relax and enjoy nature make this a trip to remember.  For more information on activities like this, visit www.bigdtours.com.

Living it Up in D-Town

Thursday, November 6th, 2008

Dallas is the third-largest city in Texas and the ninth-largest city in the US.  It is home to the Dallas Cowboys and the well-known Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders.  When traveling to the Dallas area, it is a great idea to plan ahead and book spaces on some of the many tours and activities offered.  You can take an adventure tour, go duck hunting, or fly over the area in a helicopter.  The possibilities go on and on.

For a unique experience, take Keith & Margo’s Ultimate Mystery Dinner Adventure at Old Mill Inn in Dallas.  This interactive show is a great nighttime activity to take loved ones to on a special occasion, and the performers are happy to custom write a part incorporating that into the festivities.  Or, for a romantic twist, take your partner on a Classic Gondola Ride in Dallas.  The ride will take an hour, and this is a great opportunity to spend some quality time with your loved one on an anniversary or any other day.  For an added touch, you can pay to have a personalized message in a bottle made, and it will appear next to your partner at some point during the cruise.

Other travel ideas include goose, turkey, and hog hunting in Seymour, Texas and a visit to a Texas dude ranch.  With so many country western themed activities, you will truly feel like a cowboy or cowgirl by the end of your trip! Just remember to bring along your own gear on the hunting excursions and, as always, have a rootin’ tootin’ good time!

Travel through Texas

Monday, October 27th, 2008

With Texas being such a large state, you will never find yourself without something fun and exciting to do.  Your dream Texas vacation can become a reality through Texas Tours.  Your visit can be anything you want it to be with the wide array of tours, activities and attraction tickets that are laid down at your feet.

A great thing to do in Texas is to get to know the city where you staying.  Austin, San Antonio, Dallas and El Paso all have complete tours throughout the city.  You can even make a trip to Juárez, Mexico from Texas and tour around that area as well. 

The Austin in 90 Minutes Tour is a great introduction to the city as you will see 30 of the city’s major historical and cultural attractions.  You can keep track of your favorite parts so you can go back and see them more in depth later during your stay.  Another great city tour is the San Antonio Grand Tour where you get to visit the Alamo, Mission San Jose, Market Square and many more great locations.

If you are looking for some underwater fun and are staying in or near South Padre, try out one 12 diving trips located there.  In some you will get to swim with tropical fish through the beautiful coral reef and with others you can explore through an abandoned ship wreck.  Whatever you choose, you are sure to be happy with your decision. 

Other fantastic activities offered by Texas Tours include dinner shows in Dallas, trolley tours in San Antonio, dude ranch visits throughout the state, helicopter rides over Fort Worth, and turkey hunting in Seymour to just name a few.

If you want your trip to Texas to create memories to last a lifetime, reserve your activities through Texas Tours at www.texastours.net. 


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