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Promote You: Hit the Road, Find Inspiration, & Post a Picture

Promote You: Hit the Road, Find Inspiration, & Post a Picture

By Natalie Bright

Spent a Saturday morning with my Thursday night critique group researching historic Route 66, which runs through our area of the Texas Panhandle. 586 more words

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Amarillo by Morning

In the words of George Strait’s hit song, “Amarillo by morning, Amarillo’s where I’ll be.”  Don’t just cruise through the Texas Panhandle, make a stop in Amarillo.   522 more words

Swept Away With Jennifer Broome

Post, Planned as a Utopia

C. W. Post was an inventor. His imagination ran the gamut—designing better farm implements, improving digestion with breakfast foods, creating a model town, and making rain by detonating dynamite—a genius who lived before folks talked about bipolar. 1,097 more words

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A Mother to the Cowboys

She was called “Mary” by her husband Charles Goodnight, the best-known cattle rancher in Texas. Her distinguished Tennessee family referred to her as “Molly.” And she was known affectionately as “Mother of the Texas Panhandle” by the cowhands she doctored, fed, and… 1,125 more words

Texas Women

Large Wildfires Force Evacuations In Central California

Large Wildfires Force Evacuations In Central California

Hot and dry conditions in the West are feeding wildfires in the U.S.

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Flight From Floydada

Grain Elevator in Floydada, Texas
Yes, indeed. It’s that time again. About every two years, as summer settles in with its attendant annoyances — heat, mosquitos, politicians who drone on more loudly than cicadas — the urge to re-post one of my all-time favorite stories overtakes me. 1,452 more words
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A Glimpse Of Forever ...

I’m a fan of the Texas Panhandle and its beauty –  like this rural road that stretches forever …

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