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  • Brian

    Plus there’s a big chili appreciation society deal nearby there. I raced there last year and it was a fun time. I will say this though; I woke up that Feb morning and it was below freezing. An hour later it was 80 and I felt like I was sitting on the sun. Still, good people and a great spot to have a lot of fun.

    http://www.chili.org/

    February 26, 2010
  • What two lenses did you bring on your trip? You chose well, and I’m curious as I shop for some good, all-rounders for my travels.

    February 26, 2010
  • I’ve been trying to read your blog from the beginning forward. It’s difficult though since your updates are so beautifully written and photographed!

    Thank you for inspiring us to plan another short tour of our own next fall – oh and love the socks!

    February 26, 2010
  • Hey there…I shoot Nikon so I’m packing a D300, Nikon 17-55 2.8, Tokina 11-16 2.8 and 85mm 1.8. I did the first 5 months with the 17-55 and 85, but really missed the wide angle so I had that sent to me a few weeks ago.

    R

    February 27, 2010
  • When you start getting into “the first people ever to show up on bicycle” territory— that’s pretty nifty stuff. I know, I know, that place hasn’t been around for decades, but still. It’s fitting that the two of you, emblematic of what I think of as “the free-spirited American Dream,” would find its home, the Cowhead Ranch.

    February 27, 2010
  • Paul

    Chris is our neighbor. That’s us almost across the road from the Cowhead Ranch. You truly captured the essence of a very nice man and his unique accomplishment.

    February 27, 2010
  • [...] approximately 54 miles south of Alpine, is Cowhead Ranch. Stop in and say hi to Chris and enjoy the wonderfully quirky mini Western town he has [...]

    September 27, 2010
  • Lucille Robinson siddons

    Did someone at this ranch have a family tree including my great grandfather Walter Leonard Robinson?

    February 06, 2011

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