Friday, June 5, 2009

Cowtown Walking

Feature Entry: Ft. Worth Texas has an interesting moniker, "cow town." When the early drovers reached Ft. Worth and the Trinity River, the last settlement before crossing into unprotected Indian Territory, they had arrived at "cow town." The heritage is still alive today in this robust cowboy enriched city.

My walk was superb. Right off, I found a .16 scatter (dime, nickel, penny). A few blocks up, just short of the historic Chissom Trail crossing of the Trinity River, a quarter was left in a newspaper stand. Total coinage = $.42.

Yee haw, gidde up you doggies!


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