Texas Lingo – Cattle Guard

  The answer to this question is: it depends. If you own cattle you might need a cattle guard. If you don’t have a herd of your own, probably not.   What are Texans talking about when they use the … See more

Ben Sanchez

This beautiful picture posted on FB by Ben’s wife and my friend, Kate, really caught my eye. Lovely, Texas sky, handsome cowboy, young horse…if this doesn’t typify the spirit of Texas, I don’t know what does. Kate said this was … See more

Old Texas Jailhouses ~ Clairemont

   Texas has had her share of rowdy characters in the past. Small towns and communities all across the state have felt the need over the years to build themselves a strong place to keep those who fail to cooperate … See more

Andrew Jackson Kent – Alamo Defender

  Here’s an historical Texas link to check out. Kent County is named after Andrew Jackson Kent. This is a fascinating article about the history of this Alamo defender, and his subsequent ancestors.                                                                              Click Here to Read More … See more

Windmill Repairs

           Laredo works on the motor of this disabled windmill  Nathan lends a hand cleaning a dirty part. Cimarron models the standard uniform for summer work. It’s amazing how large a windmill actually is when you’re … See more