Saturday, May 2, 2015

 

Frank Is Going To Cook Some Back Straps ...

today in the Bradley Smoker.  Some of our friends are going to come over tonight to watch the Fight Of The Century.






Friday, May 1, 2015

 

Had A Big Storm Move Through Last Friday ...

High Winds split a big Elm Tree and a large limb fell onto Dudleys roof. Dudley had a tree service come remove the tree limb and cut it up and put it on the curb for the City to haul off. 



 

Went To The Flag Store Today ...

 in Downtown Fort Worth and bought a one piece wooden 8 foot flag pole. They cut a foot off the bottom to make it a 7 foot flag pole. My 2 piece 7 foot flag pole came apart at the joint in last Friday's storm. The same storm that split a big Elm Tree and dropped it onto Dudleys roof. The roofer came out this afternoon and repaired the damaged shingles and decking and replaced some vent pipes that were damaged.



Tuesday, April 28, 2015

 

Frank Went To The Railhead In Aledo Tonight ...

Saw a free Gary P Nunn Concert. He sang What I Like About Texas, a great song!





 

Bowled A Perfect Game Today ...

if only I could do that in real life!



 

New Colt At Soldier Creek Ranch ...


 

Johnson Family Mausoleum On The Johnson League Ranch ...






 

Rock Chimney Remains And Waterfall On The Rio Roca Ranch ...





 

Entrance To Worth Scout Ranch ...




Dudley had not been there in over 40 years. Last time, he hiked and climbed through Split Rock which is on a neighboring Ranch on Kyle Mountain. It is now off limits to the Scouts. 

 

Old Abandoned Two Lane Highway And Bridge On The Barney Carter Ranch ...




 

Johnson League Ranch House And Out Buildings ...




 

Belding Ranch House ...

Original Log Portion built by Henry Belding in 1859.








 

"Lovers Retreat" On The Barney Carter Ranch ...













 

"Tatonkas" On The Rio Roca Ranch ...



Monday, April 27, 2015

 

Last Saturday Dudley And Wife Went To Palo Pinto County On Tour ...

spent the day exploring the area making 8 of 9 locations before we ran out of time. Learned more about the history of the area and saw some beautiful scenery.





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