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Singing and Dancing in the Rain

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Singing and Dancing in the Rain

by Cait Collins

The Texas Panhandle is flat as far as the eye can see, but about 25 or 30 miles south of Amarillo, the grassy Plains drop off into Palo Duro Canyon. 401 more words

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Palo Duro Canyon

Today we went to see Palo Duro Canyon State Park.

The park is located about 20 miles SE from Amarillo, Texas. It is the second largest canyon in the U.S., second only to the Grand Canyon. 47 more words

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5, 6, 7, and 13: They all add up...

…to a great weekend!

I found the perfect equation to complete four things on my list!

# 5: Visit Katy in San Angelo
+ 6: Stay at a B&B… 447 more words

Doing More Of What Makes You Happy

Wanderlust: Lubbock & Palo Duro Canyon

Almost exactly one summer ago, I was at a summer camp over at Texas Tech University (read all about it here). Like I said in my post before, it certainly wasn’t just work, work and more work. 282 more words

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TIP: My Trip to the Texas Panhandle

Last week, on the hottest days of the year, I vacationed in the Texas Panhandle, the northernmost region of Texas. Even the wild buffalo that roam on thousands of acres stayed hidden in the shade. 708 more words

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Today in Texas History - June 17

From the Annals of Song and Dance – In 1965, the Texas Panhandle Heritage Foundation opened the show “Thundering Sounds of the West” in an outdoor amphitheater in Palo Duro Canyon State Park. 45 more words

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