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    Thumbs up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Texas B B Q



    As you arrive into most Texas towns, the great aromas of barbecue greets you. Nothing beats the smell of the meat smokers.

    If there's a better aroma anywhere, it's would be illegal!

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    Thumbs up . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nine Flags over the Lone Star State




    1894 Goliad County Courthouse
    Second Empire Style

    Most part of Texas have been under six governments:
    Spain, France, Mexico, Republic of Texas, Confederate States, and the United States

    Spanish 1519-1685, French 1685-1690, Spanish 1690-1821, Mexican 1821-1836, Republic of Texas 1836-1845, United States 1845-1861, Confederate States 1861-1865, United States 1865-present

    Nine Flags
    Goliad is one of the three oldest towns in Texas and is one of the few places to have been ruled by nine governments

    Texas has approximately:

    40,000 recorded archeological sites
    11,500 historical markers
    2,000 National Register of Historic Places
    700 local history museums

    Below: Goliad's flag flying historic town square


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    Smile 1892 Victoria County Courthouse - Victoria, Texas




    1892 Victoria County Courthouse
    Romanesque Revival style
    built of Texas granite and Indiana limestone

    I toured "Old Victoria" on their historic driving tour - very nice

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    Hallettsville, Texas - 1897 LaVaca County Courthouse




    1897 LaVaca County Courthouse
    Romanesque style
    built of Texas brown sandstone and grey stone



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    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Round Top, Texas



    Round Top, Texas



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    Smile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .s m a l l - t o w n - U S A



    eckert's gro - greenvine, texas

    i bet for not too much money
    you could own these towns






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    Talking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S E A - B L U E - Texas Style

    In the Texas Spring season

    as you crest hills and round curves

    you are bound to see what appears as large lakes

    but as you get closer

    you will see, not a sea . . .



    but acres of Bluebonnets . . .

    dotted with scarlet Indian Paintbrush













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    Cool / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /Independence, Texas



    The springhouse used on
    Sam HoustonÔÇÖs family property



    Independence, Texas is a historic ghost town
    complete with ruins, restored buildings
    and over 30 points of historical interest
    Texas Independence Trail.com





    Austin PBS TV cameraman interested in
    Bluebonnets and Motorcycles




    The Founding of Baylor U

    A Baptist church was established in Independence, Texas (1839)
    shortly thereafter (1846) Baylor University was founded.

    The four impressive columns in Old Baylor Park
    are the rebuilt columns of the female Department of the University building entrance




    Quote Originally Posted by womanridge View Post
    Jim, I think the picture of the two children in the field of bluebonnets is award winning. . .
    Thanks for all the great reports.
    Karen

    Thank you Karen,
    award winning. . . just travel photos on a point and shoot camera, and I was having a great time taking them which is all that matters to me. I think of the years and miles that I have traveled and the very few film photos taken and it makes my ride reports even more treasured to me.

    Still to come . . . a ride with Henzilla on the Willow City Loop which is rated one of the top ten drives in Texas. Also riding the Angelina, Sabine, Davy Crockett, and Sam Houston National Forests "Piney Woods" of East Texas. I've got one interesting camping story that sure got Henzilla's wife Helen going. The James River and the (Linky) Colorado River crossings - so far what I have posted have just been creek crossings.

    After riding East Texas, I traveled across Mid-Texas & Pan Handle on dirt. Speaking of the Pan-Handle of Texas, I think it is one of the most under rated parts of the country as I could go GS Adventure touring indefinitely with the cooperation of the weather Gods! I love the feeling of being in the middle of nowhere by myself. The Palo Duro Canyon Rocks! I also enjoyed a bit of Historic Texas Route 66 on my two day April return to Wisconsin.

    This ride report is a long way from being done. It seems that posting a photo takes less than a minute, but when I Google some fact, let's say about a Texas town, I can spend hours reading about what I experienced in that area and what I missed. Then trying to write and re-write the story even more time consuming, especially for me.
    My hat is off to the talented folks who can ride, then post their ride report that night from their laptops!

    Jim



    The Boots

    With late winter sunrises, it gave me a bit of time to meet the locals at their breakfast spots. My routine was to pick a table close to the group breakfast table. Usually one of the locals would note my helmet and ask me where I was headed to.

    Since I was only touring, with many times no particular destination, I would ask them where their favorite road was. That is how I found the swinging bridge and various other interesting rides.

    Since was my hub for some of my dual sport riding, I started to get to know the town folk. One observation,






    http://www.twtex.com/forums/showthread.php?t=44379



    Listing of Texas State Parks

    * Abilene State Park *
    * Acton State Park *
    * Amistad National Recreation Area *
    * Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge *
    * Angelina National Forest *
    * Aransas National Wildlife Refuge *
    * Aransas National Wildlife Refuge Airport
    * Atlanta State Park *
    * Avalon State Park
    * Balmorhea State Park *
    * Bastrop State Park *
    * Baylor University State Park
    * Bentsen Rio Grande Valley State Park
    * Big Bend National Park *
    * Big Spring State Park *
    * Birch Creek State Park
    * Blanco State Park *
    * Bonham State Park *
    * Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge *
    * Buescher State Park *
    * Buffalo Lake National Wildlife Refuge *
    * Caddo Lake State Park *
    * Cleburne State Park *
    * Copano Bay Causeway State Park *
    * Daingerfield State Park *
    * Davis Mountains State Park *
    * Davy Crockett National Forest *
    * Dinosaur Valley State Park *
    * E O Siecke State Forest
    * Eisenhower State Park *
    * Fairchild State Forest
    * Falcon State Park *
    * Falcon State Park Airport
    * Fannin State Park *
    * Fort Belknap State Park
    * Fort Davis National Historic Site *
    * Fort Griffin State Park *
    * Fort Parker State Park *
    * Galveston Island State Park *
    * Garner State Park *
    * Goliad State Park *
    * Goose Island State Park *
    * Guadalupe Mountains National Park *
    * Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge *
    * Huntsville State Park *
    * Inks Lake State Park *
    * Jasper State Fish Hatchery
    * Jim Hogg State Park *
    * John H Kirby State Forest
    * Kerrville State Park *
    * Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge *
    * Lake Bob Sandlin State Park *
    * Lake Brownwood State Park *
    * Lake Corpus Christi State Park *
    * Lake Meredith National Recreation Area *
    * Lake Whitney State Park *
    * Lake Whitney State Park Airport
    * Lockhart State Park *
    * Longhorn Cavern State Park *
    * Mac Kenzie State Park
    * Martinez State Park
    * Medina Lake State Fish Hatchery
    * Meridian State Park *
    * Mission Tejas State Park *
    * Monahans Sand Hills State Park *
    * Monument Hill State Park *
    * Mother Neff State Park *
    * Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge *
    * Nails Creek State Park
    * Padre Island National Seashore *
    * Palmetto State Park *
    * Palo Duro State Park *
    * Possum Kingdom State Park *
    * Sabine National Forest *
    * Sam Houston National Forest *
    * San Antonio Missions National Historic Park *
    * San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge *
    * San Jacinto State Park *
    * Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge *
    * Seminole Canyon State Park *
    * State Fish Hatchery Number 1
    * State Fish Hatchery Number 2
    * Stephen F Austin State Park
    * Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge *
    * Texas State Park *
    * Tyler State Park *
    * W G Jones State Forest
    * Washington State Park *
    * Wood State Fish Hatchery *









    More interesting examples of the power of Google:
    More Texas History
    Taken from Texas Treasures - Lasalle/
    Adams-On?¡s Treaty of 1819
    La SalleÔÇÖs activities had far-reaching consequences for the future of Texas. Spain increased its own exploration of the Texas coast and advanced the timetable for its own occupation in order to stave off French claims. As for France, it continued to claim Texas, a claim that was transferred to the United States after the Louisiana Purchase in 1803 and remained a sore point until the boundaries were settled by treaty in 1819.



    I_ve Been Everywhere in Texas that is .wmv
    It took this BMW rider over 10,000 miles of Texas to shoot this video!



    Love this link!

    Texas video link

    Scenic Driving Texas
    By Laurence Parent


    Texas Almanac

    www.texasonline.com

    Texas Symbols

    Texas Links

    The Texas Economy

    Texas Geography

    Texas News Online

    Texas Map Interactive

    Texas State Parks

    50states.com/texas

    txdot.gov/travel/

    http://texaslesstraveled.com/attractions.htm


    touring_the_texas_BBQ_belt

    milebymile.com/Texas/United_States_Texas_road_map_travel_guides.html


    lone-star.net/txtrails


    homeschoolfield-trips=TX


    weird-stuff-to-see-in-texas/


    Texas_History


    openroadjourney.com/Texas



    ?À Children are taught to say "Ma'am" and "Sir" to anyone older and are generally corrected if they have a moment of brain freeze. This habit continues well into adulthood.


    Fun Facts About Texas

    - The Six largest cities are: Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, and El Paso.

    - Texas has 91 mountains a mile or higher.

    - The longest river is the Rio Grande river, stretching from Mexico along the Texas border.

    - Texas's ranches and farms cover roughly 74% of the state.

    - The last battle of the Civil War was fought in Texas.


    -TexasÔÇÖ population is reaching close to 25 million.

    -Texas covers about 268,601 square miles.

    -Texas is the 28th state, joining December 29, 1845.

    -TexasÔÇÖ motto is friendship.

    -Texas is known as The Lone Star State.

    -The Texas flower is the bluebonnet.

    -The Texas bird is the Mockingbird.

    -The Texas tree is the Pecan tree, and there are lots here!

    -Major Texas cities include Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio.

    -More land is farmed in Texas than any other state.

    -You could fit 220 Rhode Islands in Texas!

    -The King Ranch, the biggest single ranch in the U.S.is bigger than Rhode Island.

    -Texas stretches 800 miles each way.

    -Texas has a lot of farms. Texas has more farms than any other state.

    -Main Texas agriculture includes beef cattle, cotton, sheep, milk, rice, and more.

    -Texas is home to presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and Lyndon B. Johnson.

    -The biggest state capital in the U.S. is TexasÔÇÖ

    -The main fish that can be found in Texas are the crab, flounder, and shrimp.

    -Texas is one of the lead explorers in natural gas and oil.

    -Texas is first in petroleum, natural gas, and French sulfur.

    -Texas is second in salt.

    -Texas manufactures many chemicals, metals, glass, and coal products.

    -Texas makes more wool than any other state.

    -Amarillo holds the largest helium well.


















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    I will finish the Texas trail one of these days . . .
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    Jim, I think the picture of the two children in the field of bluebonnets is award winning. It reminds me of a black & white photo of my mother and her sister, taken in the sunken garden at Mitchell Park in Milwaukee, circa 1924. Thanks for all the great reports.
    Karen

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    Thumbs up Hmm, hmm, hmm . . . A pow, pow, pow . . . La Grange





    THE JAIL AT LA GRANGE
    Date: 1881
    Victorian Gothic style

    The jail was in use up until 1985
    Now, the 125 year old structure is one of the best preserved 19th Century jails in Texas.

    Reminiscent of a European cathedral
    the structure originally contained two stories
    with eight cells on each floor.

    Built with "Muldoon Blue" sandstone obtained from the local Muldoon Quarry


    ___________________________________________



    The Courthouse at La Grange
    County seat of Fayette County
    Date: 1891
    Cost of $99,407.04
    Architect -James Reiley Gordon
    Romanesque Revival style

    The exterior walls are built with "Muldoon Blue" sandstone
    trimmed with red Pecos sandstone, Burnet granite, and Belton white limestone.






    ÔÇ£La GrangeÔÇØ
    One of my favorite songs
    by one of my favorite (Texan) Bands
    not many lyrics but a great beat

    . . .when the song was released it drew so much attention to the illegal activities going at the La Grange's Chicken Ranch that they had to cease operation...
    . . . now that's some good Texas folklore


    ZZ Top: ÔÇ£La GrangeÔÇØ Lyrics
    Rumour spreadin' a-'round
    in that Texas town
    'bout that shack outside La Grange
    / And you know what I'm talkin' about. / Just let me know if you wanna go
    / To that home out on the range


    *************************************
    The Chicken Ranch at La Grange
    Inspiration for Best Little Whorehouse in Texas

    perhaps the oldest continuously running brothel in the nation

    Institutionalized prostitution in La Grange can be traced back to 1844, when a widow, "Mrs. Swine," brought three young women from New Orleans

    According to the Texas folklore,

    there wasnÔÇÖt much cash around during the Great Depression
    so patrons would trade chickens for services rendered

    The girls never went hungry and the Chicken Ranch name stuck

    The Ranch closed it's doors in 1973





    _________________________________________


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    Post oldest operating cotton gin in the U.S. Burton, Texas





    Burton, Texas
    www.cotton gin museum.org

    home of the oldest operating cotton gin in the United States

    Powered by the ÔÇ£Lady B,ÔÇØ a 16-ton 1925 Bessemer Type IV oil-burning engine
    is the largest internal combustion engine of its vintage still operating in America

    the gin demonstrates the processing of cotton from wagon to finished bale

    Burton Cotton Gin is listed as:
    Texas Historic Landmark
    Historic Landmark
    National Register of Historic Places
    & designated a National Historic Mechanical Landmark

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    Smile Painted Churches of Texas - Wesley




    Wesley is Czech for "Veseli" (Joyous).

    In 1859 the first Czech school in Texas was founded here.

    The painted ceilings and interior date from 1889.

    The population of Wesley reached its peak 200 people
    but by the late 1950s it had declined to next to zero
    Wesley had no center or businesses

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    Cool //////////Grimes County Courthouse, Anderson, Texas




    Grimes County Courthouse, Anderson, Texas
    1891
    Edwardian Victorian style
    three-story structure is made of hand-formed red bricks and native stone
    restored in 2002 at a cost of $1.8 million

    Anderson is the county seat and was once the fourth largest town in Texas
    its population in 1990 was only 370
    one of the prettiest courthouses in the state
    www.texasescapes.com/CentralTexasTownsSouth/Anderson-Texas-Grimes-County-Courthouse

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    Post >>>>>>>Polk County Courthouse - Livingston, Texas



    Polk County Courthouse
    1923
    Architect - McLelland and Fink
    Concrete and brick
    Texas Renaissance style

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    Burton Auto Co. 1919

    In the early years, it sold Maxwell cars and various petroleum products

    It was one of the earliest Texaco dealers in the area operating from 1926 until 1988

    It's listed in the National Register of Historic Places and looks like it could be a beauty when it is restored






    One-way bridge
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    Texas Escapes.com/Texas_architecture/TexasBridges





    Ghost Towns of Texas
    * ACALA-2
    * ACME-1
    * ADOBE WALLS-1
    * ALDRIDGE-1
    * ALLAMORE-2
    * AQUILLA-1
    * ARDEN-1
    * ARISPE-2
    * AVENGER FIELD-3
    * AUDOBON-1
    * BANKERSMITH-3
    * BARSTOW-1
    * BELCHERVILLE-1
    * BELKNAP-1
    * BELLE PLAIN-3
    * BELZORA-1
    * BEN FLICKEN -1
    * BEN WHEELER -4
    * BESSMAY-1
    * BEST-1
    * BIRDVILLE-1
    * BOMARTON-1
    * BORACHO-2
    * BRIO TOXIC -1
    * BRITTON-3
    * BRONCO-2
    * BROWNING-4
    * BRYANT STATION-3
    * BURNING BUSH-4
    * CALF CREEK-3
    * CAIN CITY-3
    * CALLAHAN CITY-3
    * CALLIHAM-5
    * CALVERT-3
    * CAMDEN-1
    * CAMP VERDE-3
    * CARLTON-1
    * CARTER-1
    * CASTOLON-2
    * CATARINA-5
    * CHALK MOUNTAIN-3
    * CHEAPSIDE-5
    * CHILTON-1
    * CHINESE COAL MINE-2
    * CLAIREMONT-2CLARA-1
    * CLAREVILLE-5
    * CLINTON-5
    * COLLEGE MOUND-4
    * COLES SETTLEMENT-4
    * COMYN-3
    * CORA-1
    * COUNTY LINE -1
    * CRISP-4
    * CRYER CREEK-3
    * CURRY-1
    * CUTHBERT-5
    * DUFFAU-3
    * DALBY SPRINGS-4
    * DAMON-4
    * DANVILLE-4
    * DELAND-3
    * DIALVILLE-3
    * DIAS E OCHO CREEK CAMP-2
    * DIDO-3
    * DILLON-2
    * DIXIE-1
    * DOANS CROSSING-1
    * DODGE CITY-1
    * DOOLE-3
    * DRUMRIGHT-3
    * DRY ZULCH-4
    * DYE MOUND-1
    * EAGLE NEST-2
    * ELIASVILLE-1
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    * ESTACADO-1
    * ETHOLEN-2
    * FAREWELL-1
    * FARMER-1
    * FASTRILL-4
    * FLORA-4
    * FORT BELKNAP-1
    * FORT GRIFFIN-1
    * FORT HOLLAND-2
    * FORT MARTIN SCOTT -3
    * FORT MCKAVETT-2
    * FORT PHANTOM-1
    * FORT QUITMAN-2
    * FRANKEL CITY -1
    * FRIO TOWN-5
    * FROSA-3
    * FROST TOWN-4
    * FRY-3
    * GANSEL-3
    * GAY HILL-4
    * GENT-4
    * GIRVIN-2



    * GLEN RIO-1
    * GLORY-1
    * GOFORTH-1
    * GOSHEN-4
    * GRAPETOWN-3
    * GRASSYVILLE-1
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    * HICKORY FLATS -3
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    * HIGGINS GAP -3
    * HOT SPRINGS-2
    * HURON-1
    * IBERIS-3
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    * JAKES COLONY-5
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    * WHITE WAY -3
    * WHON-3
    * WILLIAM'S RANCH-3
    * WINKELMAN-4
    * ZELLA-5
    * ZORN-3
    * ZUEHL-5


    Last edited by BeerTeam; 03-12-2010 at 03:03 AM.

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