7th Generation Texian
PINTO CANYON AND FM170 WEST OF LAJITAS
Howdy folks, been gone a while, but busy, was here last few days, just a few to say hello and I'm back.
ON THE PRESIDIO ROAD RM170
CLOSED CANYON On the way west out of Lajitas...a little spooky with the walls all around you so close, the wind was howling t...
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...
THAT IS BETTER
Thanks for stopping in, watch for those danged snakes, the seem to be everywhere since it rained, I ha...
Whitley canyon at the ranch 9/4 16. The water was 8 or 10 ft deep, about 150 to 200 yards wide and scrubbed the canyon c...
Just a note to say howdy, few photo's of Marathon. All is good here, guess you saw the news on the Hot Air Balloon ...
I THINK SUMMER IS HERE
Hope ya'll all survived the rain without loss of life or property. We had about 22 inches here at the house in May. Lake Travis is 9% ab...
Howdy folks, yes it's been hot here in Texas the last couple of weeks, 97 to 103 or so, a good time to remember that a man needs to know...
GUESS WHAT THIS IS
It's about 5 miles north of the Rio Grande as a clue. About 2.7 inches rain here overnight, and about 2 feet of lighting. SXSW, is c...
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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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