Sunday, May 10, 2015

Visions from Texas

I stayed in the Dallas area for a few additional days after I taught for the Tudor Rose Sampler Guild. I was delighted to be there at the height of the blue bonnet season.

I loved this painted wagon at one of the museums.

Then it was off to the Stockyards in Fort Worth. There is a small cattle drive down the main street twice a day.

Adios, Texas. Hasta luego.


Catherine said...

Fun pictures! I'm sure the bluebonnets are even more spectacular in person!

Margaret said...

Oh Ellen, what fun pictures! I love all the beautiful bluebonnets! So lovely! And those longhorns! Wow! You can definitely see where the name comes from. lol!

Marilyn said...

What great pics.
The Bluebonnets are beautiful.
Those are some big cattle!
I guess Texas does everything big. lol

Robin said...

Seems the cattle dont read the road signs and we're going the wrong way on a one way but who wants to argue with one! Thanks for sharing your travels.

Joyce Clark Frank said...

Yes, we have a beautiful season of Bluebonnets here in Texas this year. Glad you got to see them.
Sorry I didn't make it to Dallas.
Hoping you will make it back to Texas next year and it is Houston.

Vickie said...

I love the pictures you have shared here. It has been many years since our visit to Dallas.

Barb said...

Thanks for sharing the wonderful Texas photos! It must be fun to teach at so many fascinating places.