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Old 10-16-2012, 03:09 AM   #1181
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Texas in July is a little cozy for my taste.

Luckily he wasn't driving longhaul and he already had a load going back to Wyoming when we left. So we headed back not long after we got there.
Let me guess. You went to West Texas right? It get's hot as hell over there, but at least it's windy, and it's a dry heat. Over here in NE Texas it get hot, muggy, and the wind doesn't blow near as much.
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Old 10-16-2012, 04:44 AM   #1184
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Let me guess. You went to West Texas right? It get's hot as hell over there, but at least it's windy, and it's a dry heat. Over here in NE Texas it get hot, muggy, and the wind doesn't blow near as much.
It was Northern Texas somewhere by Amarillo, that's the only town he said that I recognized. I slept most the time anyway.
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It was Northern Texas somewhere by Amarillo, that's the only town he said that I recognized. I slept most the time anyway.
Yeah, we call that West Texas. I know it's actually in the northernmost part of the state, but we still call it West Texas. North Texas is farther East.

You didn't miss much. Amarillo is a pretty small city, and the land around it is basically cattle ranches. You probably went through Dalhart too. It's famous for the HUGE herds of cattle there, and the resulting stink.
The landscape can be nice to look at if your into deserts, but it's mostly flat plains with a few scattered steep hills. It's a nice place to live if you want to avoid people.
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Yeah, we call that West Texas. I know it's actually in the northernmost part of the state, but we still call it West Texas. North Texas is farther East.

You didn't miss much. Amarillo is a pretty small city, and the land around it is basically cattle ranches. You probably went through Dalhart too. It's famous for the HUGE herds of cattle there, and the resulting stink.
The landscape can be nice to look at if your into deserts, but it's mostly flat plains with a few scattered steep hills. It's a nice place to live if you want to avoid people.
That sounds about right for a man moving hay.
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Let me guess. You went to West Texas right? It get's hot as hell over there, but at least it's windy, and it's a dry heat. Over here in NE Texas it get hot, muggy, and the wind doesn't blow near as much.
Wait, are you saying that West Texas blows?

Yeah, I thought that's what you said. It's OK, we feel the same way about Southern California, oh, and San francisco.
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That sounds about right for a man moving hay.
Yep, that makes perfect sense.

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Wait, are you saying that West Texas blows?

Yeah, I thought that's what you said. It's OK, we feel the same way about Southern California, oh, and San francisco.
The WIND blows, not the area. You could probably fire a tank all day out there and no one would give a damn. Try that in SoCal.
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