Yep, this morning, Fri., Nov. 27, I was expecting to tell you all about the fascinating history and culture of Texas communities north of the Canadian River.
Later in the afternoon, I was planning to talk with a couple who've collected art from Bouguereau to Rockwell, and a doctor who's chosen to practice and raise his family in a city of fewer than 3,000. And by nightfall, to photograph the newly installed LED lights that grace an Art Deco service station many will recognize from the animated hit movie Cars. It's all part of a week-long journey down the longest highway in Texas, U.S. 83, from Perryton to Brownsville. With the aim of sharing my stories with you via daily blog, social media, and photos.
Don't worry - the weather's due to clear within 48 hours, and I'll be back on the road on a revised schedule. In the meantime, coming to you from here
in gray, icy Lubbock: stay warm, stay safe.
Barbara Brannon, PhD, Executive Director, Texas Plains Trail Region
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