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August 2014

There are 2 blog entries for August 2014.

Aledo is a small town with a big appetite, and their eateries are definitely worth checking out if you plan on living in or around this Parker County town. The town’s small size also comes with a strong push for economic development, and restaurants are at the forefront thanks to their tourism appeal. From taquerias to diners to bakeries, Aledo has a delicious assortment of local restaurants.

aledo texas dinerAledo’s Diner

Like Aledo, this is a tiny diner. But don’t let that fool you: the portion sizes will satisfy even the hungriest of patrons. Texan classics like country-fried steak and eggs and breakfast specials are on the menu, along with pancakes and French toast for those with a sweet-tooth.

213 N Front Street, Aledo, TX

mexican food aledo texasMaria Bonita Mexican Cocina

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As with most things in life, the most valuable and meaningful experiences are those spent with the ones you love, creating memories to cherish for the rest of your life. Those most cherished memories are often the ones that don't cost you anything at all. Let's take a look at all the options that Fort Worth, TX can offer you in creating some timeless memories, minus the price tag. Here are the Top 10 things to do in Fort Worth that won't cost you a dime, perfect for long-time residents and visitors alike.

#10 - Monnig Meteorite Gallery

Come check out the long, storied history of the Cosmos. Named for long-time Fort Worth resident and businessman, Oscar Monnig. This gallery is made up of his own personal collection donated to the Texas Christian

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