Tour of Castle Gap

Near Odessa, Texas - August 18, 2012

 

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Panoramic View of  Castle Gap

 

Castle Gap and Yucca Plants

Castle Gap Used by Cowboys, Indians

and Homesteaders in Their Travels

Members Begin Their Hike

Close Up of Castle Gap

Members at the Road to Castle Gap

End of the Morning

Tour of Horsehead Crossing Area

August 18, 2012

 

Historic Monument Placed by the

Texas Historical Society in 1935

This Crossing Was Used by the Comanche

Indians When Traveling

Llano Estacado to Mexico

The Crossing Was Named by John R. Bartlett

Because It Was Marked by Horse Skulls

Jammey Huggins and Fritzi Heron Explore

Discovery of a Millipede

Ralph Lewis and Judy McElroy

Enjoy the View of the Pecos River

Texas Longhorns Traveling on the Goodnight

Loving Trail Crossed From Fort Concho to

 Fort Sumner and on to Colorado

The Rain Left a Big Mud Puddle

Cool, Clear Pecos River Water

Rats at Horsehead Crossing

Ken Rowland, Jammey Huggins and Fritzi Heron

A Fun Day

Jammey and Fritzi

Rain Puddle in the Desert

Tour of Museum of the Desert Southwest located in Crane, Texas

August 18, 2012

Chuck Wagon and Supplies

Times Past Kitchen

Wagonwheels and Tack

Curator of the Museum , Ken Rowland,

Ryan McElroy and Ralph Lewis

Old Printing Press

Bronze Bell

 

Old Texaco Gas Pump

   

 

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