Flying L Guest Ranch
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... 997) was fantastic, a genuine authentic Cowboy town. The people we so friendly, we chatted to one couple who hand crafted leather gun holsters, for over an hour! Lunch in the O.S.T was okay, nothing really special, guacamole nachos & crisp beef jalapeño tacos. We drove home the long way round (the GPS is about to be binned for a newer model I think) & saw lots more very pretty towns along the way. Back at ...
First order of business today was to go to Mexican grocery where Leslie and Brad get their "pink chicken." They call it that because the marinade is pink. It's very tasty and can't wait to grill it up tonight.
... and learned how wind power was critical to settling the West. A drive-through of the Texas Tech campus provided a chance to see the throngs of returning students wandering around in search of classes as the fall semester was getting underway.
Oh Boy, and then it was so easy to visit the Buddy Holly Center and tap our toes to his game-changing music that inspired the Beatles, the Stones and more. And he made wearing coke-bottle glasses cool!
Today was a day of travel, and we went from Carlsbad, N.M. to Kerrville, Tx.
We could spend several days here in the hill country of Texas, but we are trying to connect with a family member in Houston and are running short on time, so this may be next year's trip.
We found a great little campground that sits ...
... been, Mase never lost his seat and remained calm throughout - as you'd expect really!
As for my horse, Willow was pretty good, she knew the ropes and if I got the instructions right, she'd do the course. I found trotting to be a very uncomfortable experience (Judy will understand why) but it didn't stop me trying to go as fast as possible to beat Matt's time on the course.
Sam was our quiet achiever, without any fuss he got his horse ...