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Thanksgiving Blessings in the Texas Hill Country

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The Texas Hill Country stimulates gratitude to a resident or to a traveler’s heart. The area provides a colorful, inspirational holiday for all, especially the first time visitor.

A large family gathering may not be in your plans this year. How can you escape loneliness, enjoy the holiday, and express thanks? The answer lies in the Texas Hill Country. Take a drive to charming surroundings and remember the reason we celebrate the day.

Thanksgiving Blessings in the Texas Hill Country

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Pilgrims feasted in 1621 after enduring hardship and want. Years later, in 1863, Abraham Lincoln made Thanksgiving an official day with a proclamation. “Now, therefore, I, Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, do hereby appoint and set apart the last Thursday in November next as a day which I desire to be observed by all my fellow-citizens, wherever they may then be, as a day of thanksgiving and praise to Almighty God, the beneficent Creator and Ruler of the Universe.”

Thanksgiving Blessings in the Texas Hill Country

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In the Hill Country, one can respect the day as Lincoln intended. Autumn sights in this region of Texas calm the soul and a list of blessings come effortlessly to mind.

Lodging

Thanksgiving Blessings in the Texas Hill Country

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At home or away, the first item on the list of blessings is comfortable lodging. Start your getaway to the Hill Country at the Inn of the Hills in Kerrville, a lovely place of relaxation, good food, and reflection. The Inn of the Hills delivers unforgettable moments.

Whether you stay at the Inn of The Hills, or one of the accommodations in Kerrville, you’ll find incentives for wholehearted appreciation. Here are a few more reasons to remember the season.

Weather

Thanksgiving Blessings in the Texas Hill Country

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The mild temperatures in the Hill Country tend toward perfection. No need to pack heavy winter clothing. A light jacket is all you need.

Restaurants

Thanksgiving Blessings in the Texas Hill Country
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