Who invited the Yankee to Texas Cow Country, anyhow? Part 1. — 6 Comments

  1. What an awesome “slice” of America my dear. Makes want to stay the hey out of Texas! You are the best. Keep it coming baby!

  2. That wasn’t bad at all. From all the disclaimers, I figured there would be blood everywhere. Have you ever butchered a chicken (or a lamb)? or been to a turkey farm? Now there’s some more real Texas life. Or made jelly from cactus fruit or mesquite beans? Unfortunately, we are past the jelly-making season.

    • Ahh, but you’re a true Texan… Californians are not nearly as hearty when it comes to ranching, farming, or hunting.

      No, I’ve never butchered anything other than that rattler a few weeks ago. Someone wanted to give me a live catfish a couple months back, but I didn’t have the nerve to kill and clean it.

      I do all my hunting and fishing at HEB. (For those of you non-Texans, that’s the big supermarket chain.) You can take the gal out of the suburbs but you can’t take the suburbs out of the gal.

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