maybe it could be part of beach reach?
The great thing about Camp CLC is the kids who come to our institute. This year, for the first time, most of our kids are not from the D/FW-Austin-San Antonio-Houston population centers. Instead, they're from West Texas and small towns and Nacodoches.
And we have one student who's come to us from George West, Texas, where not only did a guy named George West name a town after himself, pay the railroad $100,000 to go through his town, and pay for a new courthouse at a cost of $75,000 if the county would move the county seat to his namesake hamlet, but where his prize longhorn is also preserved in an air-conditioned, glass-fronted chamber outside the county courthouse.
The longhorn's name is Geronimo.
I must see this. Soon.
And you should take a look at the National Texas Longhorn Museum.
Clearly V.I. Lenin has nothing on George West, Texas.
And this is way cooler than that spectacle in Lexington, Virginia.
Who's up for a roadtrip?