The History Behind the Tahoka Daisy

  The first Texas native wildflower that became ingrained in my memory while working on saving a historic Texas ranch headquarters was a little purple, aster flower. Often it was a single stem flower and sometimes it grew in massive patches. Its growth pattern was correlated with annual rainfall amounts. The purple aster flower in…

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She Was Only 22

Her gravesite photo was hidden behind a sea of bluebonnets. Oh, to have met her long ago. She was born on Christmas Day and died before a new year began. She was only 22. She loved horses. She married a rancher and had one child. She did not ride sidesaddle. Oh, the sights she must…

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