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West Texas Sunset   Leave a comment

West Texas Sunset-art-72West Texas Sunset — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Driving West Texas

Offers surprizes to all

Painting the sunset.

— kenne

I-10 In West Texas   1 comment

I 10 B-W (1 of 1)-72I-10 In West Texas — Image by kenne

I-10 —
A road
That never leads
To nowhere.

— kenne

West Texas Wind Turbines   3 comments

West Texas Wind Turbines-0790 blogWest Texas Wind Turbines — Image by kenne

West Texas windmills
In the land of oil and gas
Titans in Battle.

— kenne

 

Posted January 3, 2018 by kenneturner in Information, Photography, Poetry, Texas

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West Texas In Black and White   Leave a comment

I 10 B-W (1 of 1)_edit blogWest Texas — Image by kenne

driving miles of I-10’s rough roads
we watch the clouds moving in
over the mountains
as we drove the
high desert miles,
with only an occasional
ranch to market road overpass
between Ft. Stockton and Van Horn.

— kenne

Leaving Behind The Ice   1 comment

Icy Conditions (1 of 1)-12 blogEarly Morning in Ft. Stockton, Texas — Images by kenne

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Slideshow of images driving icy roads in west Texas, January 3, 2015.

Posted January 7, 2015 by kenneturner in Information, Life, Nature, Photography

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Freezing Rain In West Texas   4 comments

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Freezing Rain2015 01 02_0425_blogFreezing Rain In West Texas — Images by kenne

We delayed our return to Tucson for one day because of winter weather warnings in west Texas. Conditions were looking better yesterday, so we headed west on I-10. Using travel and weather apps we were able to track the I-10 conditions. Reports looked good to Ft. Stockton, but beyond travel was discouraged. Temperatures hovered around freezing, then about 100 miles east of Ft. Stockton we were driving in freezing rain. Knowing that gas would be an issue since the winter storm had begun on the 31st (New Year’s Eve), stopped frequently, keeping the tank no lower than half full. 

We had reserved a room in Ft. Stockton the day before, we weren’t out in the cold like many. After arriving to the Comfort Inn, I went looking for gas and waited in line for over an hour.

Ft. Stockton has never been one of my favorite places, so covered with ice doesn’t make it a more enjoyable place.

Looks like we will be able to move on west later this morning.

kenne

Capturing The Moment — Snow In West Texas   1 comment

Houston Trip_2014 12 23_0174_snow on the mountains_blog-2Davis Mountains — Image by kenne

While driving I-10 somewhere between Van Horn and Ft. Stockton, we came upon a very recent snow fall. This scene is of the Davis Mountains looking south from I-10. The temperature was in the mid-thirties, so it was a wet snow allowing it to cling to the mountain-sides. What a beautiful contrast to the normal west-Texas views.

Storm in the canyons

A west Texas whiteout

Holiday pictures.

kenne

Capturing The Moment — West Texas On Canvas & Family   4 comments

This past week we visited family in San Antonio and Houston, stopping in Ft. Stockton over night before arriving in San Antonio.

Grandson, Nicholas, who will be seven September 13th.

Nicholas, Mom (Katie) and three-plus month old Kenne Jaxson.

Mom with Kenne Jaxson (Jax)

Nicholas — Images by kenne

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