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Discussion in 'All Things Boats & Boating' started by kach22i, Mar 30, 2006.

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    A gas station on the Bankhead Highway in Colorado City, Texas up in the pan handle. It is undated. The Bankhead Highway was a precursor to both the National Highway System and Route 66.
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    Love the building. There are houses that don't look that nice.
     
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    Elephant and human foot bones...
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    I looked back and learned that only Christians had spoked wheels. Amazing. That must be a Bishop's car.
     
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    Wait ... what?
     
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    They could have used spell check or at least a competent proof reader. ;)
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    This is curious. I guess what's being proclaimed is back in 1907 Misters Dashell and Donohoe were pretty excited to be the first people to grow watermelons and canteloupes in Falfurrias, Texas, since there's been watermelons grown in the New World since the 1600's. And then you wonder if there's even any watermelons in the boxcars. With all the white hats it could be a group of lawmen setting a trap, some sort of early sting operation.
     

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    I believe they were claiming the first harvested in the "Uniteid States" for the year of 1907. They just could not put all that on their banners I suppose.
     
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