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... knee to thigh high around the trails and rocks. There seems to be more grasses here, too. The Range itself ended near the Javelina Picnic Area where we parked our car.
The trail itself began flat, then steadily rising, with beige rocks to step up on along the dusty trail. It was a lovely temperature for a hike, and there were treasures along the entire way in the form of blooming wildflowers or humorously-shaped cacti. We climbed to an early vantage point on a ...
... it had rained over six inches in one day at the top of the mountains and two inches down at the State Park. The roads were flooded and campers couldn't get out for two days! Luckily we missed that, and our only inconvenience was the above-mentioned river fording...it would have been cool to see the flash floods happening, though, provided you weren't in ...
... There's only rice so your having chicken and rice. Ok?' Me...ok. It taste surprisingly good and the rice even had bits of wild rice in it. When I got to New Orleans there were at least 15 plain clothes police hanging around. Maybe they were looking for my old seat buddy. New Orleans to Houston daytime. Left around 9:45am. Despite delays got to Houston around 7pm. Probably my favourite train ride. The conductor for coach class was Doris. A no nonsense lady who kicked ...
... Wyatt Earp's brother, James, Kate met and began traveling with Holliday in 1875. The two separated four years later in 1879, with Holliday joining the Earps in Tombstone with Kate where she opened a brothel and became known as Big Nose Kate.
Kate reunited with Holliday on many occasions and was interviewed for her witnessing the OK Corral shootout. Kate parted ways with Holliday and headed for Colorado to reunite with her other ...
... and only one is open for visitors – all others are dissembles and the silos and centers are destroyed or buried (except one which got sold and is now a house)