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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by PSYCLOPS, Jan 8, 2010.
Anybody need a hint?
Yes. I have actually looked for it with no luck.
I knew exactly where it was just have not gotten over there (new Grandkid), will grab it Saturday morning
Long weekend coming - anybody planning to grab this one?
Ok you lazy #westside folk -
I finally found a day cool enough to ride over and grab it. As an FYI - no Baptist’s were seen out and about on this day.
New tag soon.
In Cajun country probably.
At least east of the trinity for sure
Time for a little #eastside action -
No Cajuns were seen in this area so you west side folk should be safe.
East. But not too far east. At least to my way a thinkin’.
Stay cool. Summers almost over.
Hints needed. I've been googling "steam train tractor engine louisiana mississippi no cajun" and I can't find this thing.
I am so afraid of Cajuns.
They have very small teeth. Very sharp, but very small. Small wounds are hard to disinfect. Bleach.
It's hard to disremember being bitten by a Cajun.
I kid you not, I bet we missed each other by MINUTES.
OK - This place was donated to the city of Dallas in 1937 by a wealthy doctor. There has been an almost endless series of squabbles over it since.
He also bought the first ambulance that the city had. There is a high school named after him as well as a couple of streets. Since he gave millions to the parks department, his name is scattered around on some other facilities as well. Before he died, he scribbled a 27 word will on a prescription pad.
There are probably tens of thousands of families that have pictures in a photo album or hanging on a wall of their kids sitting in a field of bluebonnets within 200 yards of that tractor. It is a rite of spring around here.
I think the guys that used to play a lot called that being “Bruced” or something like that.
A tag lingers for a while and then two people or more try and grab it within hours (or minutes) of each other. ;-)
Yes has was Bruced
Now headed west