Down A County Road, Part II

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As I continued down the county road, I passed these signs. The bluebonnets were still hanging on. They usually disappear by tax day, April 15.

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There were seas of them.

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A storm had possibly split the trunk of this chinaberry tree.

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And mesquite trees dotted the land.

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Happy trails to you!

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16 comments

  1. Wow, all of your pictures are fantastic. The poor Blue Bonnets even they succumb to the IRS. I am sure the American Pickers would drool over those gas signs. I agree with you the creme de la creme is the shot of the old oak. You can almost feel the shade and the moisture of the grass. Lying beneath that tree on a summer day. What a way to spend the day. Happy Trails to you as well.

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  2. We don’t have blue bonnets up here, so that’s a treat, Kerbey. Chinaberry or mesquite trees, either, not that I can remember. Mighty oaks, yes, we do, but your’s and its shadow make quite an impressive sight. Thanks for round two down your Texas coutry road. Very comforting, my friend. Now don’t let your gas tank get so low!

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