Glynn and Dora Dean Buie / met them at Loma Linda when undergoing prostate cancer treatment in 2006....they invited me to come down to Georgetown, TX and visit them at their 'little spread'.....ya, 'little' .... flew to Austin, drove up and spent a few days with them and realized that Texas really isn't part of the United States....
walls built by slaves before the Civil War
view from kitchen......visited in the spring with all the wild flowers were in bloom
Dora Dean -- a real Texas lady and Glynn's college sweetheart
old slave quarters on the ranch property.....could easily be restored
Glynn's got three lawn mowers
Glynn's father's pickup
something nice in a small ranch home
ranchin' and oil wildcatting
ya, it's loaded and right behind Glynn's desk... "never can tell when you might want to shoot something"
Dora Dean's desk.....they run the ranch and oil company out of one room in the house
'ya'all like bbq?'
let's go look at the cattle
always dressed to the 9's, Glynn's got his snake boots on
drilling samples laid out in the quest for water
Glynn's got his own firetruck......unlicenced so he doesn't have to take it off his property
Texas hill country...the quarry where all the pink granite for the Texas capital building was mined
I couldn't eat like this more than once a year....and this was the small chicken fried steak
small aircraft museum.....Glynn's given up flying but really misses it....
Barkery in the Hotel Driskill ..... Austin's landmark old hotel
Texas state capital building
Texas ranger carrying a Sharps rifle
The Driskill hotel
George Huebner of Ducati days......
Magnificent floor mural in Texas State Museum..taken from the third floor
idiots on harley