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... was discovered in Ranger, Thurber was basically shut down. The very tall chimney in the picture, is all that is left, at least on the surface. The sign in front says that beneath lies part of 127 million tons of coal still owned by Texas Pacific Coal & Oil. This area may be mined in the future. From everything I've seen about the coal mines in eastern KY and through WV and VA, this certainly doesn't look like a coal mine. Oh well, onward. But we weren't finished ...
... so it only costs us $15 dollars for the night.
It should be good sleeping weather tonight since it has been cloudy and rainy all day. I looked at the extended forecast for the Lubbock area and Thursday night is may get down into the high 30s.
The trip tomorrow is a little over 200 miles and with a couple of stops, it will probably be 4pm before we get there. Hopefully it won't be rainy tomorrow. Until ...
miles. James is finally back riding, he tried out Nick today who I
think will be much more suitable than Ranger. We are finally back to
our full crew, Gent and Dancer returned and slippery Lizard has gone
home. We decided to just lead Dancer for the next two riding days to
loosen up his limbs and build him back up slowly so Lisa went on
Ranger and I finally got to ride Gent again, it was so nice to ...
day!!! Lisa and I joined Pauline on the errands, we found Dairy Queen
(the Texas version of KFC but ice cream focused) was a great place to
catch up with emails and blogs while Pauline attacked the Laundrette
and then we went on the mission of a Walmart shop. Back at the camp
site, we sorted kit for the next day before whizzing off to the
ranchers house for a heavenly hot shower and burgers and Texas hash
to die for! Now that is how a rest day should be!
... in the car for several
miles to get some kip. All the horses were knackered by the end, but
James and Pauline had found us a lovely spot by a lake on a ranch for
our next rest day. High lining proved a problem again with the lack
of trees to put the lines between, so James developed an ingenious
idea of ...