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Old Nov 9th 2009, 05:44 PM   #1
  Apr 2009
  north, Hopkins Co., Tx.
I just have to comment on a little trip I made today. I drove from Sulphur Springs, Tx. (N.E.) up tp Francis, Ok.(N. central). Tho' I've made this trip a few times before it is so beautiful and unique I will never get tired of it. Starting from the Southern area of the Choctaw Nation you will encounter miles and miles of rolling hills. It reminds me of the country & Western song of the late 40s that my Dad used to sing "Oklahoma Hills". I think Hank Thompson was the singer. I saw many dead deer alongside the Indian Nation Turnpike and also alongside the state highway going to Francis. All were does except one spike and a four point. These were big bodied deer compared to the native deer in most parts of Texas. Their coats looked chocolate brown compared to my reddish northerners and tan/grey of our native herd. Ones imagination can run wild while making this journey. Every foot of ground looks like it is deer territory and I'd bet most of it has had a moccacin slid upon it. Thank you, neighbor's, for just being who you are. What a beautiful state.
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Old May 3rd 2021, 05:17 PM   #2
  May 2021
Dead deer on the road

We at Waco Drywall Contractors feel sad about this. Those deers were just trying to survive.
Let's normalize that If we happen to see a deer, brake firmly and calmly, and stay in your lane. Swerving could make you lose control of your vehicle and turn a bad situation much worse. Not to mention, deer are unpredictable, and you could swerve directly into their changed path.
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Old Jun 10th 2021, 12:13 AM   #3
  Jun 2021
I have looked up the internet and found out about a certain palm tree doctor nearby our area. I have asked them about legendary stories and things about an urban legend. Truth is, there has been a lot of stories circulating the world though.
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