Men of the Lone Star State
Latest Activity: May 21
Started by LShieldes Jan 23.
Started by joe grantham. Last reply by joe grantham Jan 20.
Started by Paul_of_TX Aug 6, 2012.
Beauregard, if you ever want to meet up once you move here, let me know.
Best of luck to any Houston based members doing the MS150 this weekend!!!
Moving to Austin in June. Help a brotha out!
Checking in from Georgetown
Howdy. I moved to Texas for the first time about 25 years ago, and spent most of my youth here. Once I became a young man I spent many years traveling and living all over the world. Well, I can tell ya'll without a doubt that I wouldn't rather live anywhere than Texas. But lord all mighty, how its grown.
San Antonio is my home, the Hill country is my playground, and oh how I love it.
Austin, TX for going on 37 years....
hi! y'all . knightlion here. wanted to introduce myself and say that i'm glad that theres a TEXAS group here. fromm SAN SABA ,TEXAS.SALUTE.
hello lads,kilgore Texas born and raised, reporting from the middle of the ocean(deployed)
I grew up in the Dallas area and then I lived in Lubbock for 2 years during college. You can't be told what West Texas wind is you must experience it for yourself. No matter what you are wearing the wind cuts right through it down to your bones.
After spending a couple of weeks in Lubbock my roommate and I were in our dorm watching the weather and they said there was a wind advisory for tomorrow. We were not used to the wind and thought we had been fighting heavy winds for the previous couple of weeks. Apparently that was nothing and tomorrow there was need for an advisory; we were quite interested to see what would warrant a wind advisory.
For those who don't know that West Texas wind is real!
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