West Texas Sunset


As you know if you have been reading Dimes2Vines for very long, moving from the lush green of lower Alabama to the deep brown of west Texas has been quite a change in geographical surroundings! From tall green pine and oak trees to flaaaaaat brown fields, it is just different.

One thing, however, that west Texas has that can not compare to the east is beautiful sunrises and sunsets. Now, I confess, I see many more sunsets than sunrises (unless it is my turn to milk Buttercup) but both span the horizon. And out here, you can see the horizon unobstructed by trees. We are now enjoying the sunsets from our own house as the sun sets over the vineyard. Every one is different yet gorgeous!

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Comments

  1. I haven’t stopped by for a while, so I took some time to get all caught up on what you have been doing. I love the stomping of the grapes. What fun! Sorry to hear of the loss of your dog. And, that is one beautiful sunset.

  2. Wow, that’s a gorgeous sunset. I always see the end of the sunset while leaving work and wish there weren’t so many trees so I could have a better view! :)

  3. We moved from Arkansas to Sweetwater Texas almost two years ago. The Sunsets are pretty here. I do miss the green and the rain. I like your blog, I did not know that you could grow grapes here.

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