I live in Sugar Land, a bustling suburb about 20 miles southwest of Houston. I’ve put down roots here and raised four beautiful daughters that are the pride and joy of my wife and I. I live here, work here and worship here in Sugar Land. The community is clean, the people are good and life is pleasant.
But the Texas Hill Country calls to me. There’s just no other way to describe it. In all my travels I’ve never visited a place that felt more like home than the Hill Country. It’s a region like no other on the planet, stretching from La Grange, Smithville and Rockdale in the east to Uvalde, Rock Springs and Junction in the west.; from New Braunfels and San Antonio in the south to Temple and Lampasas in the north. A region of placid rivers in the summer like the Frio, Sabinal and Guadalupe to raging torrents like the Llano, Pedernales and Colorado in the springtime. A region of rolling hills, rocky uplifts and valleys full of deep rich soil.
The Texas Hill Country is region of distinct character, as independent as the folks that settled here and as beautiful as any place on Earth.