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Armagnac, Nice bird, shame about the legs !! Great shot. I once had the luck to get very, very, close to a heron as it was fishing and so took quite a few shots but I did not offer him a drink ! :)) Nick

3408 W. Stan Schlueter Loop Killeen, TX 76541

Earle-Harrison House & Pape Gardens 1901 N. 5th Street Waco, Texas 76708 "Built in 1858 for Dr. Baylis Wood Earle, wife, Ann Eliza Harrison Earle and family, this side-entry Greek Revival style home is Waco's only restored antebellum building. With nine cypress columns and longleaf heart pine exterior sheathing, the 5,000 square foot structure has fourteen foot first-floor ceilings, walkthrough windows onto verandas, and spacious rooms. It's collection of fine Victorian furnishings and artifacts were gifts from Waco citizens, along with pieces from the Earle and Harrison descendants.

Earle-Harrison House served as the home of the Earle and the Harrison families until 1891, when it's second owner, General Thomas Harrison (Eliza's brother) passed away. The house was sold upon settlement of the Harrison estate, and it passed out of the family's hands before the beginning of the 20th century.

Eventually becoming subdivided into apartments and falling into disrepair, the building was slated for demolition in order to build a hotel on its 1 1/4 acre lot. Relocation/restoration efforts began in 1967, with the impassioned vision of local residents, Nell Jurney Pape and Lavonia Jenkins Barnes. Columns and the roof were removed, and the oak timberframe structure was cut in half with a chainsaw in order to lift the upper and lower sections on to trailers for the 1.9 mile ride to it's site. A three-year restoration of the building was completed with architect Rayford Stripling's guidance. Public tours were first offered in 1970."

The Exotic Resort Zoo, 235 Zoo Trail, Johnson City, Texas 78636 -

Class: Essex Aircraft Carrier Launched: September 23, 1942 At: Bethlehem Steel Shipyard, Quincy, Massachusetts Commissioned: February 17, 1943

Length: 910 feet Beam: 142 feet Draft: 30 feet Displacement: 33,000 tons Armament: (original): 90 aircraft, twelve 5-inch/38 caliber guns, 40mm and 20mm anti-aircraft guns

Address: Lady Lex Museum on the Bay 2914 North Shoreline Boulevard Corpus Christi, Texas 78402 (361) 888-4873 Fax: (362) 883-8361 Email: Email (for overnight encampments): Latitude: 27.8149, Longitude: -97.38867

Very nice. Saludos from Spain.Epi

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