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Sep 18, 2007 - Home, at last!

September 12, 2007: State Line At 12:23 PM today, we crossed the Red River and the Texas state line and gave a big ole "Yip-pee". Sure feels good to be back in the land of Texas license plates and people who talk normally. And I bet you'll never guess what was the first wildlife we saw. No, it wasn't an armadillo, skunk or cow; it was camels! That's right, we saw a herd of camels grazing in a field just outside Burkburnett. We spent three nights at Red Rock Canyon State Park outside of Hinton, Oklahoma. I don't think there were ever more...

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Nov 22, 2003 - Junction- South Llano River State Park

South Llano River State Park is very nice. It adjoins Walter Buck Wildlife Management Area, south of Junction in Kimble County. The 524.07-acre site was donated by Mr. Walter Buck to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in 1977 and was opened to the public in 1990. Activities include camping, picnicking, canoeing, tubing, swimming, fishing, hiking, mountain bike riding, and bird and nature study.

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