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Cold in Texas

By Mark D. Roberts | Saturday, February 2, 2008

One of the things I’m growing to like about Texas is the winter weather. During the months of December, January, and February, the weather in the Hill Country often dips below freezing. But it doesn’t stay there for weeks at a time without a break. So we get a taste of real winter, but not a whole meal. Just about right for me.

The picture below was taken near a fountain at Laity Lodge, proof of some cold weather in Texas.

Topics: Texas, Sharing Laity Lodge |

One Response to “Cold in Texas”

  1. Thomas Buck Says:
    February 2nd, 2008 at 4:57 pm

    This is a “Bridge-Cam” shot from about 110 miles northwest of where I live. It may help reinforce your already healthy appreciation of Texas. :-)

    BTW, a pasty is a Cornish beef/pork pie the miners used to bring underground with them for lunch.



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