Author Archives: tdtravels

Luckenbach – The Pilgrimage

Luckenbach – It’s always strange to roll into a place that is known as a party town at about 0900 mid week.  But we needed to be there for something in our Texan DNA. And being just down the road, … Continue reading

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FM 965 and the Willow City Loop

It is our favorite part of the state, for reasons ranging from life friends that share their fabulous land with our family, to the raw geology of the area, and, then to the roads.  Three days, no schedule, and no … Continue reading

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Open Road Murals – Texas Barn

A February ride took the Wings and Things pair of bikes south of DFW to the Athens, TX area.  The grass will tell you all you need to know about the warm winter we had in 2012.  Located south of … Continue reading

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Open Road Murals – Lowbrows

Pilot Point, TX – again.  http://www.houseofjustine.com/  Artist Justine again (amazing).  Another open road ride that started with breakfast as the only destination, and wound up being a “let’s go that way” kind of day. I have to like anything and any … Continue reading

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Open Road Murals – Eve

What a surprise to see this on a Sunday in downtown Pilot Point, TX.  What had me circle the block was simply the beauty of the woman, and right on the heels of that was the hand and apple – … Continue reading

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Open Road Murals

If you leave the interstate highways, and ride the FM (Farm to Market) roads in Texas, you beginto see a lot more of this great State.  Areas, people and events that just don’t make the Things-To-Do-This-Weekend-List in your local paper.  You … Continue reading

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Dairy Palace 2012- Why We Ride

Dark and drizzly is not the best start to a 250 mile ride into east Texas.  No way were we cancelling – after me giving grief to those that cancel rides on “threat of rain” in the past.  The planned … Continue reading

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