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... which borders the states of Texas and Oklahoma. This was the only “shallows” in the entire length of the Red River, and it was necessary to swim the cattle across at this location to minimize losses in the raging river waters. This spot is called Red River Station and is now an abandoned town. It can only be found by walking down a gravel road and across a wheat field located west of a small community named Spanish Fort, ...
... Jefferson Davis, embarrassed by the affair relieved General Hebert as commander in Texas.
Gainseville was also home to Fort Howze, one of the largest infantry replacement training centers in WWII. Few remnants remain of this once sprawling military base.
But most importantly, Gainesville TX is the hometown of Charlie Paddock, the American Sprinter who won gold at the ...
... 8217;s Chapel Road was a wagon road before being paved. According to the sign post, the cemetery was not easy for people to get to.
We found my great grandmothers grave but as I looked at the stone I realized that the dates were wrong: 1800-1902. She did die in 1902 but my grandmother was only 1 year old so her mother could hardly be 102 years old at her time of death.
This time we looked carefully at the graves beside my ...
... day is shaping up to be a beautiful one too.
Sue and I walked about a mile up the road to the Sadler Cemetery. Sue keeps a Facebook page with photos of her visits to cemeteries in many of the towns we show in and I had told her I really wanted to join her this season. This cemetery has gravestones back to the late 1800s to present day. We found a lot of infant/children gravesites from the 20s (most of the infants weren’t ...
... who was studying music in Spain. She had walked the trail and when she returned, she gave me her travel journal and told me to feel free to read through her adventures. I remember taking it to a coffee shop and pouring over tales of sleeping in castle banquet halls turned into aubergues (hostels for pilgrims), of hearing bagpipe music play in the Celtic region of Spain, and notes of animal and plant species along ...