East Texas Eggstravaganza-Come Easter with Us

Last year and the year before, East Texas burst into bloom and it felt like no one celebrated its beauty. The tulips and azaleas, the redbuds, dogwoods and Bradford pears all put on spectacular displays that met with no applause … Continue reading

Spring into the Season With These East Texas Events

Spring is just around the corner. It is a great time to get moving again as the dreary weather is blown away and sunshine takes its place. Kicking off March is Mardi Gras, followed immediately by Ash Wednesday on March … Continue reading

Experience Spring in East Texas-This is What to Do!

Spring is right around the corner in East Texas. One minute the area looks brown and gray, then one morning signs of spring are everywhere, and we have a front-row seat. Come join us here at the Rosevine Inn in … Continue reading

Rosevine Inn We are Here If you Need Us

“When times are tough, the tough get going” This is an unprecedented time in our history!                                                                                                                            We usually blog on what there is to do in our area, but with virus looming , everything is on hold. So, this blog … Continue reading

Azalea Trails and Other Things to Do Near Tyler This Spring

Winter is losing its grip and spring is coming, with time change transforming schedules and warmer weather changing area yards and countrysides from brown to beautiful. That transfiguring is more dramatic in Tyler than in surrounding cities because of the … Continue reading

Celebrate Christmas-Staying at The Rosevine Inn

You’ve eaten the turkey and shopped the sales. Now, December  has rolled around and it’s time to start planning your Christmas festivities. As you crawl up into your attic to pull down your Christmas decorations, you know you have a … Continue reading

April in Tyler-Easter Egg Hunts, Beautiful Flowers & So Much to Do

It’s one of the best times of year to visit East Texas. If you’re reading this in early April, you might be visiting to enjoy the Tyler Azalea Trail. We covered that in depth in our March article, and we … Continue reading

March-When East Texas Bursts Into Spring

It’s been a long, wet winter in East Texas. While we didn’t get any snow, the cold and gloom seemed to drag on longer than most years. Everything felt muddy and gray for so long we were starting to wonder … Continue reading