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Bee Beauty

A bee emerging from a pollen bath in a cactus flower (Palo Duro Canyon, TX).

Nature

Sunset Hike!

Last night I went on a very nice sunset hike in Palo Duro Canyon! It seemed like there were at least 70 people on the hike. 191 more words

Texas

Short Story Series: War Pony

This is the second in a series of short stories based on myth and lore from my book, Road Tales. Hope you enjoy it! 2,631 more words

Writer

Our Texas State Parks Tour

Up until we were in the thick of it, we really didn’t know where we wanted to spend the winter traveling. We briefly toured some of the Southeast, but found it to be largely still chilly (we’ve learned a camper will give you thin skin), expensive, and/or crowded with snowbirds, spring breakers, and Mardi Gras goers. 1,511 more words

Travel

Ring Cam Records her Reaction to her Coast Diamond Engagement Ring - Barnes Jewelry, Amarillo, TX

Today a marriage proposal is all about the experience. Do you love kayaking or canoeing on Lake Meredith? Hiking in Palo Duro Canyon? Enjoying a glass of wine at… 354 more words

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Today in Texas History - April 19

From the Annals of the War Chiefs –  In 1875, Kiowa chief Tsen-tainte (“White Horse”) surrendered at Fort Sill. White Horse and his followers were notorious for their numerous raids across Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico.  128 more words

The Mundane and the Aqueous

After a lot of remote camping, we needed a day to get caught up on mundane tasks, which I thought I should describe. We do most of our shopping at Wal-Mart, because the chain is widespread and has most of what we need at reasonable cost. 989 more words

Natural History