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post #1 of 5 Old Nov 2nd, 2014, 10:46 pm Thread Starter
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I'm a professional writer. And a rider. 1200 LT. This is an essay on a recent trip to the remote Big Bend region of Texas: Cutting for Sign | Texas to the World

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Yes, very nice. Been on many of those roads. Wish I could write like that.

One comment: it's "lightning", not "lightening".

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Stationed at Ft Sam Houston in San Antonio in 1976. Road the 750 to San Marcos a lot and always stopped in New Braunsfel for one of those barbecue things. Floated the rivers in tubes and coolers. Hate to say it but I saw a u-tube video of the San Marcos river that would make you sick. Thanks for sharing that. I really enjoyed it.

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This is an essay on a recent trip to the remote Big Bend region of Texas
I grew up in Austin, or more accurately Bergstrom AFB. Looking forward to touring Big Bend one day. Thanks for the write up.


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