Posts Tagged free to go wherever we wanted to go.

Okay! I’m Awake Now!

Gonna try it again! Couldn’t get out of College Station yesterday, due to the thunderstorms—mainly those in Dallas—so I’ll try again today. It appears the weather will be more cooperative today. Class reunion, here I come! … I think. In the meantime, here’s another story from those days of yesteryear: Read the rest of this entry »

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Open Range

Back when we were in high school, there were lots of places you could go that, as far as I know, nobody cared if you went there. I’m talking about the desert and hills around Buckeye, Arizona. It seemed to me the land belonged to no one, and we were free to roam as we pleased. We could pick up rocks, arrowheads, firewood, you name it; it was ours if we found it first. Read the rest of this entry »

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Open Range

Back when we were in high school, there were lots of places you could go that, as far as I know, nobody cared if you went there. I’m talking about the desert and hills around Buckeye, Arizona. It seemed to me the land belonged to no one, and we were free to roam as we pleased. We could pick up rocks, arrowheads, firewood, you name it; it was ours if we found it first. Read the rest of this entry »

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