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My Wandering Horse

This story originally appeared in the November 2009 issue of Texas Coop Power Magazine. https://www.texascooppower.com/texas-stories/people/my-wandering-horse In 1998, I moved from north to south Texas, which was somewhat like moving out of the country. I didn’t know many people, and I tried to avoid most of the ones I knew. When I wasn’t at work or … Continue reading

We’re on Instagram (Kind of)

If you like the photos and stories of rural and small town Texas that we share here, you may like our Instagram page. You can check us out at: https://instagram.com/eastlandhistorichotel

A Long, Cold Trip to the Top of Texas

A year and a half ago when I hiked the Guadalupe Peak trail to the highest point in Texas, I didn’t think my son was ready. He complained about short hikes at the time; he sure wouldn’t have liked eight strenuous miles. Also, it was August and I didn’t want him to die from a … Continue reading

Fort Richardson State Park

Because of my last-minute planning, there were not many campsites available in Texas when it was time for me to book our September camping trip. I found one at Fort Richardson State Park in Jacksboro, which isn’t far from us and is a park we’ve never been to, so I reserved a spot for two … Continue reading

Houston City Council Cancels Summer 2021 due to Possible Heat Outbreak

Co-authored by our favorite reporter, Shayne, and our least favorite reporter, John HOUSTON, Texas—October 14, 2020: The Houston City Council voted to cancel the summer of 2021 during their regularly scheduled meeting last night after a heated debate.  Mayor Kitty Carroll was in favor of the move: “The safety of Houston residents is our main … Continue reading

Thurber, Texas: More than Just a Ghost Town

Thurber, Texas is half-way between Fort Worth and Abilene on Interstate-20, but you’ll miss it if you’re not looking for it. Although it was the biggest city between Fort Worth and El Paso with a population of nearly 10,000 one hundred years ago, it is a ghost town today. Between 1886 and 1920, the Texas … Continue reading

South Llano River State Park: Social Distancing at its Finest

The bright side to all the craziness in the world is that we have more free time than normal. For years, my son and I have gone camping every fall, and usually also every spring, but we have been so busy that it has been over a year since we’ve gone. Until this past weekend. … Continue reading

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