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Saturday, December 29 2012

 

Despite the rain and snow this week, Texas is still in the grip of a drought. Now I can gripe about how I don't dare bother to spend money drilling for water at the moment, or I can be happy that I can explore the ranch along the dry creek bed. 

So much of the wild interior of the ranch can only be explored on foot or by horseback. Now that most of the creek is dry, we can walk along the creek bed that meanders throughout much of the property.  The only water left in the creek is that which pools up from underground springs beneath the creekbed.

I love these rocks. The rocks on this creek were what sold this ranch to me. There is something primitive in these rocks that speaks to my soul. I'd like to hear the stories these rocks could tell.

 Trace makes such a wonderful model.

He is much like the rocks himself: beautiful, yet hard & primitive.

 He pauses to patiently pose for me, before racing off down the creek to discover more new places that have been here forever. . .

 

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