Miles and Miles of Texas

“Some broken hearts never mend, some memories never end, some tears will never dry, my love for you will never die.”

—   Wayland Holyfield

“he bought me tacos and horchata.”

—   (a six word love story)

(Source: chulaquiles, via activationpotentials)

sapta-loka:

untitled by BONINO. on Flickr.

sapta-loka:

untitled by BONINO. on Flickr.

(Source: fouur, via batteredshoes)

double-d-ranch:

Buck Steiner Snip Toe Pee Wee Boots

double-d-ranch:

Buck Steiner Snip Toe Pee Wee Boots

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malverdemarket:

Los Ultimos Zapatistas, Heroes Olvidados

malverdemarket:

Los Ultimos Zapatistas, Heroes Olvidados

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jspong:

Gotta learn somewhere.

Bob Wills with his father, the champion fiddler known as “Uncle John,” in the mid-1940s 

jspong:

Gotta learn somewhere.

Bob Wills with his father, the champion fiddler known as “Uncle John,” in the mid-1940s 

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sisterwolf:

Augusin Victor Cassola

sisterwolf:

Augusin Victor Cassola

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thirtymilesout:

The R.P. Bean Ranch 
near Van Horn, Texas, c. 1910
(Courtesy Portal to Texas History). 

thirtymilesout:

The R.P. Bean Ranch 

near Van Horn, Texas, c. 1910

(Courtesy Portal to Texas History). 

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old-hopes-and-boots:

Cowboy pulling on boots, Quemado, New Mexico, by Lee Russell, 1940

old-hopes-and-boots:

Cowboy pulling on boots, Quemado, New Mexico, by Lee Russell, 1940

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