Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Scary Country Road

We can get on hwy 97 near our house and go straight to the ranch, since all the big oil field trucks and now construction we searched out country roads to miss the traffic. Taylor road was perfect but narrow. Not a road I would want to drive on at night. No houses and no lights. Not to mention a girl's dead body was found there. Three people were arrested and will go to trial. All this just to say I notice the three native plants have managed to survive and of course I had to finally take a picture of them. If the weather doesn't clear so we can go on some treks to take some country pictures I'll lose the few faithful commenters I have.

12 comments:

jack69 said...

No way Jose! You don't lose us that easy! WE'd come just for the smile in your words and the header pictures, and of course your TEXAS COWGIRL accent! I just ran across a 102 year olf Cowgirl I want to show one day on my Blog, probably kin to you! (smile)

Sending love to you and Brother John from the rainy state of Florida!

jack69 said...

That is 102 year Old cowgirl. I need a proof eader.

TARYTERRE said...

Country roads are nice in the daytime but can get pretty scary at night. Glad you have an easier way to get where you need to go.

TexWisGirl said...

sad about the girl. yes, plenty of scary country roads to be driven. :)

S. J. Qualls said...

I like the country roads, especially in full moon light. Driving slow with good music playing softly on the radio.
Dead girl - yes, scary!

Linda Kay said...

Paula, I'm sure you have plenty of photos in your back pocket...so we'll be here to see them.

Paul said...

I always say if it's raining take pictures of the rain. If it's snowing... Well you get where I'm going with this.

Sometimes I get my mind set on taking pictures of a certain thing and miss all the other pictures that could have been taken!


Leave It To Davis said...

Your pictures are nice, but we come here for your sweet and sparkling personality! You could just type and never post another picture, and I'd still come around. :)

Jon said...

Scary roads are fascinating - as long as I don't have to drive them.

You have a lot more commenters than I do. I lost many readers after I started my new blog.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

You won't lose me as a follower!!!

A body found? Close by your own home? Oh dear. Scary.

SuperLux said...

We'll always find you. :)

salemslot9 said...

I read all
yer stuff, Paula
it's all good :)