I Heard the Horses Crying

September 28, 2016
Chaos and panic ensued at sunrise in Palo Duro Canyon on this date 142 years ago; September 28, 1874. Opposing cultures clashed in such devastation that it would mark the...
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Oklahoma Windmill: The Story Behind the Photo

August 13, 2016
Two nights ago I found myself running through an Oklahoma prairie laughing in a race against the setting sun with my three kids scampering to catch up. I have enjoyed the...
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Grand Adventures and Hard Lessons

July 22, 2016
It was a glorious May Friday in Amarillo, Texas, and it just happened to also be the last day of school for our young children. You know the scene: The excitement, the la...
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Lost, But Not Lost

March 10, 2016
I stepped outside this morning into an unusually humid and dense environment. I felt separated from the world as common landmarks were enveloped by a thick fog. The heavy...
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Candlelight Christmas on the Brazos

December 22, 2015
Christmas in Texas in the 1800’s generated scenes of horseback travelers and wagons loaded with friends and family gathering to celebrate. Christmas get-togethers of yest...
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