We had a wonderful time in Texas!
Our trips to Texas take us to see Family, Friends and Fun!
We see everything from longhorns to deer to cuties like this one.
We met this cutie while hunting for fossils. I named him Banjo!!
While antiquing there was an Elvis sighting!
After a day of antiquing we head on out to Luckenbach for a beer. Hanging out with the local ranchers can’t be duplicated.
This kitty is glowing red… due to a large neon sign hanging above her.
But it’s always a joy to get home. Nothing like Home Sweet Home!
Our Sonoran Desert… 🧡🌵
All photos taken with my iPhone 7 Plus.
20 thoughts on “Back from Texas”
Love, love, love that sunset.
Thanks so much! It’s a favorite spot of ours!
I wish I had views like that of the setting sun
We do love it!
I haven’t been back to Texas in quite a few years. We had family there for many years and usually made a trip to Houston at least every other year. Nice shots.
Thank you! We have fun every time we spend time there! Antiquing is the best!
Those long horned cattle are a novelty from those living in the north part of the states..
They are not that way set to find. So when there’s a longhorn sighting… you are a happy camper!
How moo-velous 🙂
Looks like you had a good time. Wonderful photos.
Thanks a bunch! Texas Hill Country is a beautiful area of our country!
Lovely photos, Nancy. So glad you had a great time! 🙂
A fabulous time was had! Longhorn sightings are the added fun that rounds out the trip! Thanks for stopping by!
Looks like you had a great time! The deer are soo lovely 🙂 <3
They are everywhere! Easy to take pictures of.
We had a wonderful time. Thanks for stopping by!
Looks like an awesome trip!
That it was! Thanks for stopping by!
Having grown up in New Jersey with a gentle Holstein herd in the fenced pasture next door, imagine the shock of meeting up with these wild west cows. May have been a full fledged adult, but I was so afraid of them for so long, I never so much as hung around for a photo. Had to make an uneasy peace with them to wander about as I do, or work as a Guide. Now, many years later, I do enjoy photographing them, don’t turn tail and quickly quit an area when coming upon them, and have truthfully never had one moments trouble from them….but those horns, the wilderness ranging, and the ability they have to stop me in my tracks just by being there…it remains.
Beautiful photos Nancy. Thank you.
I came upon the Mom and calf slowly. There was a wire fence between us. But I do understand what you are saying… we do have to be careful.
As for the longhorns… I stay my distance from them! They probably are as sweet as can be… but one turn and “wipe out!”
Texas is fun and we enjoy going every year! Thank you for the love!