Fuck Yeah Texas

A collection of what makes this state great.

txbrazostrail:

etxtraveler:

A 2013 Texas Forest Trail - Photo Contest Winner - Paul Bellinger took this amazing east Texas shot in San Augustine County.  Enter the Forest Trail’s 2014 competition for your chance to win BIG. More than $4,000 in cash & prizes to be awarded.  Download Rules: http://goo.gl/SBdV8Q View 2013 Entries: http://goo.gl/Yq7XlK View 2013 Winners: http://goo.gl/rPeSGr
#easttexas #photocontest via Instagram http://ift.tt/1uKl106

My friends over in East Texas are holding a photo contest - check it out and maybe win some cash!

txbrazostrail:

etxtraveler:

A 2013 Texas Forest Trail - Photo Contest Winner - Paul Bellinger took this amazing east Texas shot in San Augustine County.
Enter the Forest Trail’s 2014 competition for your chance to win BIG. More than $4,000 in cash & prizes to be awarded.
Download Rules: http://goo.gl/SBdV8Q
View 2013 Entries: http://goo.gl/Yq7XlK
View 2013 Winners: http://goo.gl/rPeSGr

#easttexas #photocontest via Instagram http://ift.tt/1uKl106

My friends over in East Texas are holding a photo contest - check it out and maybe win some cash!

nprmusic:

On his first album of original material in 18 years, Willie Nelson paints a self-portrait of a long, up-and-down life — specifically the life of an artist.
Stream Band of Brothers from NPR Music’s First Listen. 

nprmusic:

On his first album of original material in 18 years, Willie Nelson paints a self-portrait of a long, up-and-down life — specifically the life of an artist.

Stream Band of Brothers from NPR Music’s First Listen

haveiphone-willtravel:

But now it’s clogged bumper to bumper with stinking SUVs and two-story pickup trucks that can drive over anything except the two-story pickup truck right in front of it.~Guy Forsyth

Texas Hwy 6
Houston, TX

haveiphone-willtravel:

But now it’s clogged bumper to bumper with stinking SUVs and two-story pickup trucks that can drive over anything except the two-story pickup truck right in front of it.~Guy Forsyth

Texas Hwy 6
Houston, TX

texnessa:

Has there ever been a more Texan opening sequence on television than a cocky asshole sales guy driving his over priced penis replacement through the streets when boom out comes an Official Texas Road Kill Armadillo?
RIP Roadkill and thanks for all the leprosy.

texnessa:

Has there ever been a more Texan opening sequence on television than a cocky asshole sales guy driving his over priced penis replacement through the streets when boom out comes an Official Texas Road Kill Armadillo?

RIP Roadkill and thanks for all the leprosy.

natgeofound:

Women bask in the sun beside oil pumps, Padre Island, Texas. April 1980.Photograph by Gordon Gahan, National Geographic Creative

natgeofound:

Women bask in the sun beside oil pumps, Padre Island, Texas. April 1980.Photograph by Gordon Gahan, National Geographic Creative

atlasobscura:

Dublin Bottling Works - Dublin, Texas 

In operation since 1891, the Dublin Bottling Factory only recently took its name after refusing to bow to Dr. Pepper’s insistence on the use of high fructose corn syrup.

Formerly known as the Dublin Dr. Pepper Bottling Company, the factory was the first facility to bottle Dr. Pepper soda after its 1885 invention. For over one hundred years, the bottling plant produced relatively small batches using the drink’s original recipe involving real cane sugar. Even when the demand for the drink increased and mass-manufacturing became a necessity, the Dublin facility continued to create only small batches of glass-bottled, original recipe soda. When the use of cheaper corn syrup ingredients began being used to manufacture the drink, the operator of the historic plant, Bill “Mr. Dr. Pepper” Kloster refused to change their ways, citing the folksy philosophy that one ought to keep “dancin’ with who brung ya.”  The sugary throwback produced by the plant came to be known unofficially as, “Dublin Dr. Pepper.”      

This rogue sugaring continued until 2012, until a battle with the Dr. Pepper Snapple company which could no longer brook their unwillingness to toe the line, caused the plant to lose all rights to bottle Dr. Pepper products and use the Dr. Pepper name. Kloster had developed a museum of Dr. Pepper memorabilia and signage at the factory which was also tragically disbanded thanks to the lawsuit.   

Keep reading about the Dublin Bottling Works, on Atlas Obscura!

whiskeysandwords:

mustachioedtacos:

Fact.

…cosign.

bluishorange:

styro:

angelatheangryone:

thingsstingshouldsing:

asgardreid:

gimmeallyoresidualz:

galesofnovember:

liketheghost:

so is it a thing in (american) english to use “texas” as a word for like, something that’s out of control or…

texasshaped:

shelterpetproject:

Cosmo the Amazing is SUPER-READY for his new home! He’s at Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter in Georgetown, TX, near Austin. He loves kids, and other dogs, and have awesome house manners and also know how to sit, stay, and come! If you don’t believe he could really be that perfect (and who could blame you?), you might want to foster him first. Whether you want to adopt or foster, just call 512-943-3322! 

Texans! check out this CUUUUTE DOG that could be yours!

texasshaped:

shelterpetproject:

Cosmo the Amazing is SUPER-READY for his new home!

He’s at Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter in Georgetown, TX, near Austin. He loves kids, and other dogs, and have awesome house manners and also know how to sit, stay, and come!

If you don’t believe he could really be that perfect (and who could blame you?), you might want to foster him first. Whether you want to adopt or foster, just call 512-943-3322!

Texans! check out this CUUUUTE DOG that could be yours!

sphinxnomore:

Texas damnit!

sphinxnomore:

Texas damnit!

haveiphone-willtravel:

Billy Bob’s Fort Worth, Texas

haveiphone-willtravel:

Billy Bob’s
Fort Worth, Texas

cajunboy:

Does anyone in NOLA need/want to adopt a cat? Because I’ve got one for you to consider, if you’re in the market for one. This sweetheart just showed up in my courtyard about a week ago and hasn’t left since. I’d keep her (I think it’s a girl, anyway) but I just can’t have a cat right now. She’s bold, playful, affectionate and gets along great with my dog, Saz (she desperately wants him to play with her but he doesn’t seem to know what to do with her). I call her “Sweet Pea.” If you or anyone you know is looking for a loving kitty in need of a good home, please consider Sweet Pea. Drop me a line if you’d like to come over and meet her.

Paging NOLA/Texans- anyone???????

cajunboy:

Does anyone in NOLA need/want to adopt a cat? Because I’ve got one for you to consider, if you’re in the market for one. This sweetheart just showed up in my courtyard about a week ago and hasn’t left since. I’d keep her (I think it’s a girl, anyway) but I just can’t have a cat right now. She’s bold, playful, affectionate and gets along great with my dog, Saz (she desperately wants him to play with her but he doesn’t seem to know what to do with her). I call her “Sweet Pea.” If you or anyone you know is looking for a loving kitty in need of a good home, please consider Sweet Pea. Drop me a line if you’d like to come over and meet her.

Paging NOLA/Texans- anyone???????

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