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West Texas River #7995556 10/02/20 01:58 PM
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Enjoy the view! Had to stop for a swim here.

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Devils, Pecos, Nueces??

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...I'd sure like to drop my yak in there and see where it takes me...

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There isn't that much water TOTAL in West TX!


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Re: West Texas River [Re: Wildland Systems Consulting] #7996225 10/02/20 10:39 PM
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Nueces, perhaps? I see sycamore saplings at waters edge. Might be the Llano.

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Re: West Texas River [Re: Erathkid] #7996508 10/03/20 02:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Erathkid
Nueces, perhaps? I see sycamore saplings at waters edge. Might be the Llano.


Must be the head waters... no way it’s mason on south, those telephone lines would be gone.


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Re: West Texas River [Re: BOBO the Clown] #7996515 10/03/20 02:09 AM
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Originally Posted by BOBO the Clown
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Nueces, perhaps? I see sycamore saplings at waters edge. Might be the Llano.


Must be the head waters... no way it’s mason on south, those telephone lines would be gone.


Power poles, they get replaced after flooding.

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Almost looks like Bakers Crossing on the Devils

Re: West Texas River [Re: 68rustbucket] #7996664 10/03/20 07:19 AM
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Nueces, perhaps? I see sycamore saplings at waters edge. Might be the Llano.


Must be the head waters... no way it’s mason on south, those telephone lines would be gone.


Power poles, they get replaced after flooding.


You wouldn’t put them that low below the high water mark, especially a river that raises as much as the Llano. You would be replacing every 4-5 years. My best friend has a place(same family since 1920) on the Llano, Watching that river rise over the years is a thing of beauty.

That pictures to narrow and no granite dirt anyway



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For all of you wondering which river this was, it was the Llano. And yes there was tons of evidence of severe flooding. The properties on all sides hadn't even bothered to replace their fencing for at least 200 yards from the banks.

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Originally Posted by BOBO the Clown
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Nueces, perhaps? I see sycamore saplings at waters edge. Might be the Llano.


Must be the head waters... no way it’s mason on south, those telephone lines would be gone.

It was the Llano

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Devils, Pecos, Nueces??

Llano

Re: West Texas River [Re: Schpanky] #7996712 10/03/20 12:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Schpanky
...I'd sure like to drop my yak in there and see where it takes me...

There was a group of kayakers that came by, very friendly people. Wish I could've joined them.

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I think it’s a great picture!!!

Thanks for posting it!


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Re: West Texas River [Re: Wildland Systems Consulting] #7996783 10/03/20 01:40 PM
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Nueces, perhaps? I see sycamore saplings at waters edge. Might be the Llano.


Must be the head waters... no way it’s mason on south, those telephone lines would be gone.

It was the Llano


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Re: West Texas River [Re: Wildland Systems Consulting] #8000828 10/07/20 01:34 AM
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Re: West Texas River [Re: Wildland Systems Consulting] #8002636 10/08/20 03:25 PM
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I wish the Brazos looked like that.

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