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Old 02-22-2007, 10:32 PM
Location: Tampa Bay
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I never knew a whole lot about Texas. Actually I dont recall ever meeting Texan(although im sure I have). So I took the time to look up some stuff on Texas Hill country. I like the scenery and weather. Lots of sunshine and wildlife. It reminds me of the Serengeti Plains in Africa. Atleast from the shows and pictures I see. They even have some antelope running around that look like Springbok. Texas has a fascinating history to learn also. Im glad its huge and people can still afford to live there. I didnt know Cincinnatians and northern Kentuckians played such a big role in the independence of Texas and the acquisition of the western US.
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