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Ranch Chicken Casserole This Texas Ranch Chicken Casserole is delicious and so easy to throw together!This Texas Ranch Chicken Casserole is delicious and so easy to throw together! Great Recipes, Favorite Recipes, 21 Day Fix, Casserole Recipes, Casserole Ideas, Keto Casserole, Vegetarian Casserole, Cauliflower Casserole, Gastronomia

Six Sisters' Stuff · Family Recipes, Food, Fun Crafts

We are family and friends. Our recipes are family favorites that use ingredients commonly found in your pantry. We know the importance of feeding your family a home-cooked meal and sitting down to eat together.

J Abijah Brooks - Texas Ranger. He joined the Texas Rangers in 1883 and became known in the annals of the Texas Rangers as one of the "Four Great Captains," the oth Cowboys And Indians, Real Cowboys, Texas Rangers Law Enforcement, Tx Rangers, Old West Outlaws, Westerns, Gangster, Texas Pride, American Frontier

J. Abijah Brooks - Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum

J.* Abijah Brooks 1855 – 1944 J. A. Brooks was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky on November 20, 1855. He moved to Collin County Texas about 1876 where he operated a farm and a ranch. Brooks joined the Rangers in 1883, serving in Company F under Captain Shely. Brooks played a prominent role in the […]

 James Catholic Church - Seguin, Texas by Blue Eyes and Bluebonnets - my family has attended this church for several generations. Church Architecture, Religious Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Old Country Churches, Old Churches, Catholic Churches, Seguin Texas, My Father's House, Religion Catolica

St. James Catholic Church - Seguin, Texas

510 S Camp St Seguin, Texas Beautiful church with beautiful stained glass windows.

Dallas' "Flying Red Horse" aka Pegasus flying atop the Magnolia Building in Downtown Dallas.never feel like I'm home until I see the flying red horse as I cross through downtown. Texas Pride, Texas Usa, Dallas Texas, Austin Texas, Dallas Skyline, Loving Texas, Texas Travel, Dallas Travel, Texas History

Dallas' Pegasus

Pegasus statue on top of the Magnolia Building in Downtown Dallas, a long time area icon. All of these pics were taken by photographers who are members of the DFW Metro group. www.flickr.com/groups/dfwmetro/

Looks like a fun drive to us. Another pinned said: "The Rio Grande Tunnel in Big Bend National Park was built in This iconic tunnel is located two miles north of Rio Grande Village. It was the first highway tunnel built in the state of Texas. Texas Roadtrip, Texas Travel, Texas Vacation Spots, Only In Texas, Lake Resort, Texas History, West Texas, Le Far West, Best Vacations

The Rio Grande Tunnel in Big Bend National Park was built in 1959. This iconic tunnel is located two miles north of Rio Grande Village. It was the first highway tunnel built in the state of Texas.

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map displaying the different regions of terrain that the state is broken into.

"Welcome to Texas" Shaped 1000 Pc Jigsaw Puzzle Art by Lori Schory made in the U. WE ARE GREEN - we use recycled cardboard and soy based inks (NO LEAD) Most dies are RANDOM dies with different shaped pieces throughout Approx 1000 pieces x

Your Daily Dose of Texas

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Ahhhhhh I freakin hate goat heads!! So much worse than any Lego!!

Burton Cotton Gin and Museum, Burton, Texas - Texas is not only the reigning king of cotton, it’s also home to the oldest working cotton gin in America. Texas Pride, Texas Usa, Texas Things, Old Things, Cotton Gin, Only In Texas, Texas Forever, Loving Texas, Texas History

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Photos by Caleb Kerr Few places hold as much significance in Texas history as Washington County. It was there, at Washington-on-the-Brazos, that Lorenzo de Zavala and other Texian delegates assembled in 1836 to sign a declaration of independence from Mexico, and establish the Republic of Texas. For any contemporary Tex