Good morning Sue, I was delighted to see your comment. Lucky you to be exploring Texas and Fort Davis. I read all of your posts and loved the tour and history lesson. This post just touched my heart. Our armed forces are trying to keep America safe as I write this comment. I have a nephew over there too. It scares me so much. Prayers for them all are constant.So nice to know you are having a great time on vacation.HUGS, Jeanne
What a cool place!! I love the interior and all those little beds lined up.
that is a awesome post...I love your header...
Fascinating! Only having been in a bunk house, I wonder if it was always this neat and clean back in the day. ~Ames
What a lonely life that must have been, back when the fort was on the frontier.
I am praying for David! What a lovely post.I am having a hard time with bloggerand it refuses to allow me to leave my comments unless I go thru my e mail address which pulls up my nick name as Anne Marie! That would be my given name! LOL!So while I inform you that my previous comments have errors I think it is an overdose of sugar! My two girls, the middle and Who Girl work for Sonic while attended college. I already downed a cherry chocolate coke and the hubby brought me a second one!I am a little wired to say the least! Also I did not have my morning coffee thinking I was going to have it at the fund raiser pancake breakfast at 7 this morning! Alas, the coach put us all to work and getting the food to the customers was hard work!So excuse my errors that I seem not able to capture today! LOL!Hugs and know that I love reading your blog!Happy weekend! Anne
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