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... were Natural Light quart bottles! It must have been some guys dumping grounds. Anyway we took our treasures back to the gathering point. Sue found a Frisbee, a bent cell phone and a softball, I found a baseball in surprisingly good condition. They were giving away prizes for the most unique trash, the most trash and I'm not sure what else, but we were anxious to hit the road so we left before they handed out any prizes. ...
... much to see other than Mesquite, scrub evergreens and cactus. Lots of ranches with elaborate entrances off of the Hwy. You seldom see the ranch, but they spend thousands of dollars on the entrances made of ornate iron works, stone masonry, brick or timber. We didn't see much in the way of farming except for one field of cabbages and ...
... reunions together throughout the US.
We had a GRAND TIME sharing past memories and photos, looking for red rocks for us to take back to Ohio and gathering unusual cacti that grow wild on Gary's 100+ acre farm.
Gary also had a restored 1930 Model A that we rode. What fun! Love the Texas ...
... conversation about where we’d come from and what we’d been doing. When we were dithering about trying the catfish, she told us she would get us a sample to try before we ordered – and came out a few minutes later with a whole fillet of catfish plus some pinto beans (which Fred had been asking about) for us to try. The catfish was delicious so we both ordered it for lunch.
When Fred was gassing ...
... of bees
holding occupancy of the barn so we had to sneak the boys round to
the paddock without causing a mass attack as James thought they might
be African Bees. The place was littered with sheep bones which gave
the whole place a real eerie feeling about it. Spooky!