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Today in Texas History - July 27

From the Annals of Local Government –  In 1888, Randall County was organized. Among its first settlers were Lincoln Guy Conner and his wife, who grazed cattle in the vast Palo Duro Canyon area in the Panhandle. 87 more words

Texas History

I've Got My Ticket for the Long Way 'Round...

The past several months have been rough. Knocked-flat-on-my-back kind of rough. It seems like it’s escalated the past couple of weeks, and Saturday after I got off work, I just melted into crying mess. 1,672 more words

Matters Of Faith

Happy Fourth & A French Chair

Happy Fourth of July!!

Max and I at the Palo Duro Canyon near Amarillo, TX.
If you haven’t previously visited the Palo Duro Canyon then you should definitely put it on your to do list.  219 more words

Something's Always Wrong Part V: Palo Duro Canyon

I am SO excited to introduce to you my second ever guest author, Susanne. This girl. How can I explain to you how awesome she is? 1,399 more words


Back to the Canyon

When sunlight first creeps in and reveals the high rock walls streaked with color like gigantic shards of painted Indian pottery, and the wind-sculpted rock formations towering overhead, you know you are in a special place.   311 more words


Palo Duro Canyon 2015

A new photo Album from Palo Duro Canyon in Amarillo, TX. Enjoy!