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Re: Hayden starts the 7th grade this year = Texas History [Re: Skylar Mac] #8597587 05/14/22 02:49 PM
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How are Hayden’s Texas history lessons going?


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Actually, BBC is pretty damn good

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Re: Hayden starts the 7th grade this year = Texas History [Re: Skylar Mac] #8597980 05/15/22 10:05 AM
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We do something like this stuff. We drive different directions from Fort Worth with no actual destination in mind. Need to start taking more back roads and not just interstates. We’re both retired. I consider retirement the most boring job I’ve ever had.

We have rural property just South of Bowie with a trailer house, 4 wheelers, stock tanks, etc. Always something that needs doing there.

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Re: Hayden starts the 7th grade this year = Texas History [Re: SnakeWrangler] #8644276 07/19/22 04:06 PM
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How are Hayden’s Texas history lessons going?

He did great. YO Ranch, Several stops on the way to Houston and on the way back. Hit Aggieland. And with all the travel baseball trips all over the state, he got to see a ton of stuff.


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Re: Hayden starts the 7th grade this year = Texas History [Re: Skylar Mac] #8644652 07/20/22 12:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Sneaky
I believe in science and I’m an insufferable dickhead
Originally Posted by beaversnipe
Actually, BBC is pretty damn good

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Re: Hayden starts the 7th grade this year = Texas History [Re: Skylar Mac] #8663404 08/13/22 09:10 PM
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The Sam Houston museum in Huntsville is excellent. His grave is in Huntsville also.

Monument Hill in LaGrange is as well. The volunteers of the Meir expedition who drew a black bean were executed and are entombed there. (My 4th great grandfather drew a white bean and was spared.)
Those killed in the Dawson massacre are entombed there as well.

The Texas State Historical association Handbook of Texas online is an excellent source of information on Texas history.

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