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We can hardly wait for the next episode of The Daytripper! Not only is it about our own hometown of San Saba, but Harry’s Boots is featured too!  

In case ya’ll didn’t know, The Daytripper is a show that explores all of Texas’s beautiful landscapes, monuments and landmarks. The host Chet Garner is traveling across the Lone-Star State, featuring famous spots and natural wonders in our own backyard.

Harry’s Boots is delighted to welcome The Daytripper and show some true southern hospitality!

Of course, Harry’s Boots isn’t the only place worth dropping by in San Saba. Our town is rich with local shops, scenic vistas, and home-grown treats. Harry’s Boots is proud to share the airwaves with these other San Saba legends:

San Saba River Nature Park

…a serene getaway that features the city’s first waterworks, a birding blind, and a beautiful greenbelt perfect for walking, biking, and fishing.”

Check out the site >

Alamo Pecan & Coffee

“…personalized Texas pecan gifts, holiday gift baskets, pecan candies, raw pecans, flavored pecans, coffee and much more…”

Grab a cup >

R.B. Bagley & Sons Pecans

How ‘bout some sweets & treats >

Oliver Pecan Company

“Orchard fresh from the grower to your table.”
In the mood for some chocolate pecan pie? >

The Great San Saba River Pecan Company Inc.

“products recognized by connoisseurs of Gourmet products everywhere as outstanding in quality, taste and presentation.”

Ever seen 10,000 pecan trees?>

Wedding Oak Winery

“Slow down long enough to appreciate the blessings of the land while enjoying local food and wine with friends, family and community. And that’s where we began.

Visit one of the best wineries in San Saba! >

San Saba Olive Oil Co.

“Olive Oils, Balsamics, Specialties!”

The finest olive oil money can buy! >

Rogan Field- “The Graveyard”

“Yes, it once was a cemetery. Yes, not all the graves were removed before it was converted into a football stadium. “
You don’t need a sports injury to get weak in the knees here >


Karoline Jordan was born and raised in San Saba and is a proud member of the fightin' Texas A&M Class of 2014 with a degree in Agriculture Leadership and Education with an emphasis in Public Relations.

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