Monday, November 9, 2009
Texas Forest Trail
On my way home from Louisiana, I stopped at the Texas tourist info center and picked up a bunch of travel guides and maps. I usually plan trips to places like California or Hawaii. I can't afford those right now, but there are a lot of places in Texas that I have never seen.
Texas is divided into 10 regions. I think I'll start with the Texas Forest Trail Region since it's at my front door. There are 47 cities, 4 national forests, a national preserve, plus state forests and state parks. It should keep me busy for awhile.
I just got an email from someone who read one of my articles on HubPages. She is planning a visit to Big Lagoon State Park and had some questions. I'm so excited that there are a few people actually reading and enjoying the work I started. Maybe this could be a new series to write about but this time I'll take better notes and do it right. I hear there are a few people who are actually earning income from the adds. I have been told by several people that I should be a travel writer. Maybe I'll post some more articles over there and see if I can make some money from them.
I doubt I will ever attempt to monetize this blog. I'd rather keep this one fun and write about whatever suits me instead of having to worry about what will generate income.