This home movie captures the Benson family camping at New Mexico’s Rock Hound State Park, famous for attracting amateur geologists known as “rockhounders” in search of agates and quartz crystal. Among the footage of the mountainous scenery, a family member holds and pets a horny toad, the Texas State reptile.
This home movie captures the Baylor family visiting West Texas and making stops at Monahans Sandhills State Park, Balmorhea State Park, and Fort Davis National Historic Site.
This home movie captures scenes of the Flores family at Lake Travis in Mansfield Dam Park in Austin. Images of the dam, motor boats, sail boats, men fishing, and the family enjoying the scenery are included.
This home movie captures scenes of the Easterwood family exploring the results of a flood, then on a trip through the Panhandle, where they visit Palo Duro Canyon State Park. The family first wades barefoot down a flooded road, then takes a train ride through Palo Duro Canyon before continuing on their road trip.
This home movie captures scenes of Steve Gomez at the Lost Maples State Natural Area in the Edwards Plateau of Central Texas. Gomez captures images of the scenic landscape and natural wildlife of the area. Scenes of two girls filming a skit in a television studio are also included.
This home movie captures scenes of a large group in the 1990s hiking Enchanted Rock. Enchanted Rock is a distinct pink granite rock formation that is part of the Llano Uplift, a granite geologic dome in Central Texas, that is included in the Enchanted Rock State Natural Area in Gillespie and Llano counties.
This home movie captures scenes of a camping trip to Palo Duro Canyon State Park, where the family goes to see â€œTexasâ€ the musical at Pioneer Amphitheatre during its 1973 season. The family enjoys the scenic Red River and a campfire, then goes to the Pioneer Amphitheatre to see the musical. â€œTexasâ€ is produced annually […]