Chris, Bracken and Martin Road Trip To Alpine for M's B-Day


            

   

               

Sul Ross

   

Marathon Post

                   

Bracken's first exposure to ducks, rabbits (you have to look closely) and a large Jack Rabbit

 

Gage Gardens and Marathon High where Martin's Mom taught art

                        

Kokernot Field and Lodge

       

     

    

Marfa

Marfa Lights at entrance to old Marfa Army Air Base more

   

Martin worked for the State of Texas and was officed at the Presidio County Courthouse (below) with co-staff Georgia Kahl and Lupe Hernandez (left below)

       

         

(below) Second floor of 120 Austin Street, Marfa TX was Dr. Searls Hospital clinic where Martin was born is now a private residence over a laundromat

    

Fort Davis

Bracken saw many new fauna

      

Martin's Niece Karen's daughter Becky

 

Sunny Glen where there are new (to us) roads, an orchard and some cool homes (Ponton's old home for sale)

          

   

Almost wore Bracken out, however a happy girl that loves trucks!

Watch a brief movie clip from the trip

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Chris at sunset in West Texas
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These pages were initially created to transfer photos from traditional scrapbooks to the internet in order to both preserve and make the pictures and history available to family and friends. It has become more extensive than I intended. However, I see it as a way to save the details before they slip away.   Martin T      ©2016 Theophilus