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Runnells County, Ballinger

voyagerrider

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We went on the Pie Run to Ft Davis and we took some pics of a few courthouses. Here is Runnells County in Ballinger.

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Were you looking for the geocache right there?
What freq are your radios on?
Sorry we missed you coming thru San Angelo. Hope you didn't get too hot out this way.
Bill in San Angelo
 

voyagerrider

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Were you looking for the geocache right there?
What freq are your radios on?
Sorry we missed you coming thru San Angelo. Hope you didn't get too hot out this way.
Bill in San Angelo
Yes to looking for the geocache, but we DNF'd. We did get the virtual over at the library. We usually run on channel 1 do move to other channels if the truckers or folks speaking a lauguage other than english start ratchet-jawing too much. We 1st we to 5 then later in the trip ended up on 10.
You should have tried to make the Pie Run? :eat: From San Angelo that would have been a short day ride right??:rider: :rider:
When we got to the Tom Green County court house in San Angelo they were holding a big news conference about the hearings for the FLDS sect kids. We took our pic anyway and rode on. We looked for a geocache just down the street from the court house there also, but DNF'd on it too. After San Angelo we didn't have time for anymore court house or geocaches that as we had to beat feet for Rankin where we had a motel reservation. We did take time to stop at Grandma's Kitchen in Big Lake for dinner, mmm . . . good.
Marty
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