Saturday, December 14, 2013

HYW 67

46,60,33,0,B,.12

8 comments:

HillCountrySlacker said...

Sadly, even the middle of nothing, Texas has fenced it off. Why I am starting to hate the hill country, everything is fenced off....

Mike said...

You will think differently when you slam into a longhorn.

bigfoot said...

Agree with you Mike..I once saw the aftermath of a horse that got loose and was hit by a pickup truck going 50 MPH late one night. Truck totaled, no one hurt, and horse's head was knocked off his body.

Kinda like the Headless Horseman, with a twist.

Bigfoot in TX

J said...

It's safer for both man and beast to keep some space between them.

~Brew~ said...

They must be poor family that left the cross and wreth on the side of the roads.
My Heart goes out to them...
Bless them Lord

Dale said...

Looks to me to be the last mile for speeding drunks that lost control of their car. Unfortuneatly they always seem to take innocents with them.

Rita B. said...

roads like that can hypnotize, especially in the dark. don't see any water containers so I'm assuming it was wrecks and not immigrants.

Todd said...

Is there a meaning to HYW? (vs Hwy)