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Trip Report Texas, The Lone Star State

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My first exposure to Texas came many years ago from hundred of miles away.

“Free 72oz Steak Dinner” The Big Texan.
Amarillo, Texas.

Maybe things have changed since then but driving east on I-40, I could smell Amarillo long before I got there. On the other hand, “The Big Texan” was never a disappointment especially if you stopped there during the Christmas holiday season.

You have not been holiday entertained until you have heard “White Christmas” done Texas Country Style.

A recent trip to Houston and Dallas reminded of all the good times I have had in “The Lone Star State”, a few of them I think are worth sharing. Maybe you have a few Texas Tales of your own that you can share with us or maybe even make into a country song.

“All my ex's live in …. “

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