From my previous post on Texas, I was surprisingly positive about my stay in San Marcos. (I even surprised myself) It is true, the landscape where I was staying was very green. The whole area from Austin to San Antonio used to be a wasteland but now it’s fully populated with people, malls, strip malls, outlets, and chain restaurants. Some might say that what I saw between Austin and San Antonio was not really an improvement. I believe it is. As I traveled further west today to Pecos Texas the beautiful landscape I described in my previous post, lasted for about 30 miles. Then came the landscape I remembered, hot, dry,flat and well boring. I just traveled 300 miles of most soul sucking scenery you’d ever want to see. Enjoy the pictures – or don’t.

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Welcome to Texas.

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Margaret Webster

Margaret Webster

What happens when an upbeat, sociable, single, empty nester in midlife, outdoor enthusiast, critter gal, science geek, history buff, treasure hunter with an addiction to brown signs and the wanderlust, embarks on a 4 month road trip in her Chevy pickup truck, loaded with a tent, kayak, bicycle, 5 changes of clothes, her laptop, and cell phone, by herself, that essentially turned into a fulltime lifestyle?

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