There are untold blessings to discover as you drive along the vast roadways of the Texas Plains Trail Region. This part of Texas truly signifies the Texas that outsiders view it to be.....wide open spaces, working cowboys, oil wells sprinkled around the area, windmills, barbed-wire fences...and yes, the most amazing sunrises & sunsets imaginable to the human eye.
This trip to Denver City, Yoakum County wanders through Friona-Cheeseburger Capitol, into Muleshoe where you can view probably the world's largest horsehoe. Driving down further South, you'll pass through the Wildlife refuge where you can see the Sandhill Cranes. Denver City is a fresh and friendly Texas town that welcomes you with open arms. Go to http://www.texasplainstrail/ to find out the history of Yoakum County.
Monday, February 18, 2008
If you haven't ever visited any of the 52-counties of the Texas Plains Trail Region, it's high time you do. Many of the larger cities in Texas have great things to offer to travelers, but we, too, have some great things to do. From the night life at our largest cities, Lubbock and Amarillo, to the quaint & unique shops in the small towns that dot our land, you'll find the warm hospitality so welcoming. Go to www.texasplainstrail.com and look at the many attractions and events that are taking place in our region. I can assure you that you'll enjoy yourself. So...c'mon up....the weather is GREAT! Happy "Texas Plains" Trails to you.
Tales from the Plains Trail Region
- Borger, Texas Plains Trail Region, United States
- Striving to inspire others to travel the rugged-beauty of the Texas Plains Trail Region where the grass is greener, the people are friendlier, and the sky is blue. Wow! A great place to live is a great place to visit. C'mon visit the "Texas You Will Remember."