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I lived in a small cabin on a horse farm in central Texas for almost two years. Spiders, scorpions, snakes, venomous caterpillars, fire ants, storms, and… Texas. Neither soon nor easily forgotten!

This is Scout, lounging in the grass in the shade of a tree while the beautiful bay mare Deitrich grazes.

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