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Today in Texas History - January 6

From the Annals of the Conquistadors – In 1540, the Spanish Viceroy of Mexico, Antonio de Mendoza, commissioned Francisco Vázquez de Coronado to lead an expedition to search for the Seven Cities of Cíbola. 163 more words

Today In Texas History

Palo Duro Canyon

We recently took a few days off and headed to Palo Duro Canyon near Amarillo. It is often referred to as the “Grand Canyon of Texas” and is the second largest canyon in the country. 186 more words


Palo Duro Canyon in November

I had the opportunity to travel through the Texas Panhandle during the middle of Thanksgiving. I took this opportunity to spend a few days at Palo Duro Canyon State Park just south of Amarillo. 600 more words

Texas Photos

The Road to 65, Mile 358: Positivity Outside

November 21, 2015, Prescott- I looked, to no avail, for a parking spot near the point where I left off on Prescott Circle, last Saturday.  I have an ethic about such things:  Never park on a business lot, unless patronizing said business.   276 more words

Hiking And Nature

Palo Duro Canyon from the Goodnight Cabin.

Palo Duro Canyon: TX.

As beautiful in the afternoon, rivaling the sunset or sunrise, this photo shows  Palo Duro Canyon in all it’s beauty.

Early in my photography career, I was fortunate enough to visit the North rim of the Grand Canyon. 35 more words

Miles to Go (Before I Sleep)

“Let life happen to you. Believe me: life is in the right, always.”

I was raised to be a goal setter and it’s something I can’t shake no matter how hard I try.  

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