7th Generation Texian
JULY AND IT'S HOT!
Hi folks, hope all is well, plenty hot for me now, hope your not getting over heated, it can happen before you know it, so stay hydrated. T...
Had to go to Brownwood, last weekend and buy a car for my daughter, who is having a hard time with cars these days, seems like when it rain...
SNOW IN TERRELL COUNTY
As I said in my last post, we were stopped by the Pecos County Deputy Sheriff just as we crossed the Pecos River bridge, as I have been m...
ANOTHER WORKING WEEKEND
I'm getting tired of this, but, it is what it is, someone has to do it, so I guess I'm elected. Our new hire should be here in a wee...
1824 ALAMO BATTLE FLAG
About 10 days late getting this up this year, have not been home in the daylight to do it. This is the flag that I said to remind me to tell...
FIRST WASH OUT SOUTH BOUND FROM PECOS RIVER @ PANDALE
This is what we first encountered when we left the river crossing, no barricades, or anything to indicate the road was washed out,. ...
We'll, just got in from another 'nightmare' day at work. The thief's got away with ALL of our diagnostic equipment, for you...
MORE TEXAS HISTORY
SONS OF DEWITT COLONY TEXAS © 1997-2010, Wallace L. McKeehan, All Rights Reserved Campsites of the Texian Army The Generalship ...
Saturday, September 1, 2012
IN THE YARD
One in velvet, one not, last night.
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