September 4, 2015


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Slideshow: Stetsons to beer steins

View of Hill Country from the 152-metre pink granite dome at Enchanted Rock State Natural Area in Central Texas.
Enchanted Rock (Jill Wilson / Winnipeg Free Press)
Jill Wilson feeds Frodo the alpaca. (Jill Wilson / Winnipeg Free Press)
Statue depicting a peace treaty tradition between settlers and Native Americans. (Jill Wilson / Winnipeg Free Press)
Colourful grasses in Hill Country
Beer flight at Fredericksburg Brewing Co.
The lobby of the Hangar Hotel
Propaganda poster at the National Museum of the Pacific War.  (Jill Wilson / Winnipeg Free Press)
View of Hill Country from the 152-metre pink granite dome at Enchanted Rock State Natural Area in Central Texas.
Enchanted Rock - (Jill Wilson / Winnipeg Free Press)
Jill Wilson feeds Frodo the alpaca. - (Jill Wilson / Winnipeg Free Press)
Statue depicting a peace treaty tradition between settlers and Native Americans. - (Jill Wilson / Winnipeg Free Press)
Colourful grasses in Hill Country
Beer flight at Fredericksburg Brewing Co.
The lobby of the Hangar Hotel
Propaganda poster at the National Museum of the Pacific War. - (Jill Wilson / Winnipeg Free Press)

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