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Classic Cars

Yesterday was Motorhead Sunday at our church; two of our church members showed their cars alongside the ones from the classic car club, the chaplain of the car club preached, their quartet sang, then we had a bar-b-que dinner on the grounds.

It was a fine October day spent with excellent company!

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img_20161023_093726339_hdrBuick Riviera

img_20161023_094000715_hdr1930 something Ford

img_20161023_094220251_hdrThis owner has a sense of humor.  They tow a trailer made to look like a classic car.  Access is through the hood, and a photo of a cat is in the window.

img_20161023_094802662_hdr1959 Chevrolet.  What a beauty!

img_20161023_094332597_hdrIncredible leg room back then,

img_20161023_094313717and a clear view all the way around.

 

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More Clouds

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September Clouds

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Governors react to planned parenthood videos

From the August 4, 2015 article at The Daily Signal:

Gov. Bobby Jindal is directing Louisiana to investigate acts by planned parenthood Gulf Coast.

And in Texas, “Greg Abbott also has ordered a probe of Planned Parenthood’s activities in his state.”

Let’s see if any of the other governors are men and women of honor and follow suit.

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How Texas feels about gun control

You know you’re in Texas when…

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Pecan Grove

Yesterday I posted pictures of downtown Dallas. Today’s post is something a little closer to my heart – the countryside.

There are several large pecan groves in our area of north Texas (as well as in NE Oklahoma where I grew up).

This is quite a large grove; there are hundreds of trees all lined up, row after row.

Looks like the husbandman has planted a replacement, and is guarding it from… deer?

Perhaps city vs. country is kind of like the question: What kind of vacation do you prefer?

Mountains or beach?

Mountains are gloriously beautiful, but a bit overwhelming. And I guess the giant buildings of Dallas remind me of the that, at least in how I feel surrounded by them.

The beach is my favorite place. And if I can’t be at the beach, a pecan grove will do just fine.


Isn’t that an inviting looking little path?

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Bigger than Dallas


That’s an expression that folks in this part of the country use.

We’re more Fort Worth kind of people and rarely go to Dallas; but we did this weekend and drove around downtown snapping pictures like a couple of tourists.

And of course …

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