Monthly Archives: April 2014

Bluebonnets and Hot Guts

It’s time for our annual reprobate campout, so I made a run out to Zabbicksville, Texas to pick up some sausages for our tire flaps and guts dinner (That’s tortillas and sausages for the non reprobates out there). Zabbicksville is … Continue reading

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Canyonlands Tech Ride

An old friend of mine  – Dr. Steve Black – is engaged in archaeological research in an amazing area of Southwest Texas near Langtry, Texas. I provide some technical support to their endeavors from time to time – and one … Continue reading

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