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Welcome to Texas - September 2022

USA map showing location of Texas

This page is a lot of photos taken out of the window of a moving RV that Karen Duquette thought interesting. It is mostly water towers, windmills and other items of interest.

Welcome to Texas sign

Beef with Speeders sign

Below: The two RV Gypsies stopped at The Texas Travel Information Center - 1708 I-10W, Orange Texas.

Texas Travel Information Center logo
map showing location of Orange TX
Texas Travel Information Center entry
Texas Travel Information Center sign
Bird friendly Habitat sign
Texas Travel Information Center
fake cows and Bison statues
Route 66 stuff inside the Texasas Traval Information Center
inside Texas Travel Information Center

Below: Lindale is a city in Smith County Texas. It is part of the Tyler, Texas, metropolitan statistical area.

tX map Smith County
Lindale Water tower Lindale Water tower

Below: Terrell and Forney are both cities near each other in Kaufman County Texas

Texas map shing location of Terrell
Terrell water tower Forney water tanks

Below: Mesquite Texas is famously call "The Fort Worth of Dallas and is known for hosting the Award-winning Mesquite Championship rodeo.

Grand Prairie, Texas -
home of Epics Water Indoor Waterpark

Mesquite water tower Grand Prairie waterpark  water tower

Below: Entering Fort Worth, Texas

TX map showing location of Fort Worth
Fort Worth wall Fort Worth water tank
Fort Worth water tower water tower somewhere in Texas

Karen Duquette photographed the ugly water tower shown below while somewhere in Texas - she is not really sure where, since it is not marked.

texas water tower

Below: These two photos are not water towers, but they did catch Karen Duquette's eye as she drove past them.

a tall sign
windmills windmills

Below: A really rude driver that cut in front of the two RV Gypsies moving RV and almost causing an accident.

rude driver

Below: Cisco is a city in Eastland County, Texas

Cisco water tower in Texas

Below: Colorado City is a city in and the county seat of
Mitchell County, Texas, United States.

Colorado City water tower in Texas

Big Spring is a city in and the county seat of Howard County, Texas,

Big Spring Texas water tower

Below: Driving Scenery in Texas

Driving Scenery in Texas Driving Scenery in Texas

Baird is a city and the county seat of Callahan County, Texas.
The city is named after Matthew Baird, the owner
and director of the Texas & Pacific Railway

Sweetwater is a municipality in and the seat of Nolan County, Texas. It is 123 miles southeast of Lubbock and 40 miles west of Abilene. Below is part of a windmill, used as a sign for Sweetwater

Baird Water tower welcome to Sweetwater Texas

Below: A couple of photos of the many windmills in Texas

Ector County Utility District provides water to the community of West Odessa, a city in and the county seat of Ector County, Texas

Below: An old,ugly,
unlabeled water tower in Texas

ECUD water twoer old water tower

Below: A large portion of the bank shown below was designed with a Texas state outline, a USA flag and more. Karen Duquette was only able to capture two quick pictures as Lee drove by in the RV.

Texas state outline USA flag

Below: Pecos is the largest city in and the county seat of Reeves County, Texas. It is in the valley on the west bank of the Pecos River at the eastern edge of the Chihuahuan Desert, in the Trans-Pecos region of West Texas and just south of New Mexico's border. Karen Duquette photographed two very different Pecos water towers as they drove by in their RV.

Pecos water tower Pecos water tower

Below: the two RV Gypsies are not entirely sure where in Texas Karen took this photo, or what its purpose is.. It appears to be too narrow to be a water tower.

a tall silver structure

Below: Texas scenery

Texas scenery Texas scenery
Texas scenery Texas scenery

Below: As they drove by the sign shown below, the two RV Gypsies realized how lucky they are to have been at all of the places on the sign.

National Parks sign
look below

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