For my May travel column, I knew exactly where I wanted to wander: Wimberley, that quiet, tree-shaded, swimming-hole-rich paradise that every other idyllic pocket in Texas is measured against. The peaceful Hill Country town, best known for its swimming holes and lively town square, was ravaged by floods last year, and I was eager to return to all my favorite haunts (Blue Hole, Old Baldy, and the Corral Theatre among them) and show my support the best way I knew how—by spending a weekend shopping for antiques, eating pie, and lazing by the water. Here are a few of the highlights of my latest excursion to Wimberley, which I hope inspire your own wanderings.