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post #10911 of 10912 Old 08-26-2019, 01:43 PM
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@QtrBel how did you like living in Mineral Wells? We pass through there once or twice a year on the way to visit my parents in North Texas, and I can never tell what sort of a place it is. I like it that the old downtown is still pretty lively. But a lot of the houses seem really rundown. But that's only the ones on the highway, maybe there are others that I never see. I also love the "haunted" hotel that is always almost about to be fixed up and reopened, but never actually is. It's a beautiful building regardless.
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post #10912 of 10912 Old 08-26-2019, 01:51 PM
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I'm sure that unless they have pumped money into the area it has become not what it was when I was there. I loved it for the state park trails for the horses. From what I understand that is still all there and available. We'd ride around the Brazos Rim area as well. I had a friend that had a tree nursery that would allow us to ride his property. Lovely area to ride.
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