Burned down, collapsed, and forgotten somewhere along the back roads of west Texas…
Tau Zero was started three years ago today. THANK YOU to everyone who has visited, subscribed, and shared their thoughts about my photos. When I launched the site I did not think it would last this long. Now I can’t imagine ending it.
Tau Zero’s fourth year should be interesting. In the spring I am planning to leave Texas and find a new place to explore. Looking at many options – if you have a suggestion for a place that combines scenic beauty and reasonably affordable living feel free to comment or send me a note.
260,848 hits to date, 833 followers / subscribers, visitors from 179 countries. Can’t wait to see what the future will bring. Again, and most importantly, thank you to everyone who has made this a great experience for me.
Beautiful summer sunset in ranch country near Boyd, Texas…
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Significant events and observations from my roadtrip through West Texas today:
1. If you are going to pee outdoors take a moment to make sure you have wind speed and direction figured out.
2. If someone offers you a food item made with “country sausage” ask about the ingredients before eating. Or just walk away. Just walk away.
3. Added a new species (wild turkey) to the list of critters that chose to end their lives by running in front of my truck. Thinking about keeping tally by painting silhouettes on the side of the truck, kind of like fighter pilots used to do with their planes. But I digress. Why did the turkey attempt to cross the road?
4. Don’t know exactly what I saw in the rest room of that truck stop near Abilene but I let it go on with its life and I am going on with mine. There are some things man was not meant to know.
Summary – Had a great time, can’t wait to do it again.