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Okay, I know I skipped yesterday, but once you read this you will understand why. We left Weatherford yesterday morning about 9:30 and proceeded west before we could turn south. We decided to take 281South instead of dealing with I-35, but first we had to go west on I-20 for about five miles. If you remember, Sat night dinner was catered by an outfit called Natty Flats BBQ so after turning south on 281, we ...
... but not acceptable if the framework is strategic coaling stations, etc. They faced the same issues in 1900 as we still face today. We can save the world for democracy but can't colonize countries for their oil.
I saw lots of wildlife. Spiders, Rabbits, millipedes, deer and even a crane of some kind.
I feel good although my feet are killing me. That cheese grater footing just tears them up.
... with thumbs up today...kewl....I went to the Convention Centre and there was the poster for tonight. The Gourds 7:30pm. Nice time of day as well..
Settled into a Best Western at 11:00am. Tried another inn call Texas Inn and just couldn't subject Doug and I to that sort of room. There is a local spot called Clem Mikeska's BBQ that the local folks say is real good. Think I will grab a small lunch there cause there is food tonight at the concert. Doug's ...
So, I thought that I would hike an easy 18 today by taking the north trail of the Goodwater Loop to Jim Hogg park and back to Tejas Camp. Looked about right. The morning started off great. I did the six miles to Russell in a good pace and good spirits. Oh, I learned, don't take the first sign to Russell. It is overgrown and loops back to about a quarter of a mile past where you turned off. I ...
... s first beef cow, are 3/8 Brahman and 5/8 Short Horn. Santa Gertrudis are hardy cattle that can survive on the sparse grass in West Texas. They were first introduced by the Captain Richard King of the King Ranch. Along the way we pass quite a few oil rigs pumping out the black gold and you can smell the oil in the air. On the ridges of the Texas canvas, windmills stand ...
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