Forgotten Marathon… TX

Thursday, December 3rd, 2015

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A Docu-Photo-mentary…

The roads

“There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep on rolling under the Stars”
~ Jack Kerouac ~

On the road..._

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Downtown Marathon x

Downtown Marathon-2 x

Eve's Garden, Bed and Breakfast, Marathon, Texas x

Downtown Marathon-3 x

Eve's Garden, Bed and Breakfast, Marathon, Texas-2 x

Eve's Garden, Bed and Breakfast, Marathon, Texas-3 x

Eve's Garden, Bed and Breakfast, Marathon, Texas-5 x

Eve's Garden, Bed and Breakfast, Marathon, Texas-8 x

Eve's Garden, Bed and Breakfast, Marathon, Texas-9 x

Eve's Garden, Bed and Breakfast, Marathon, Texas-7 x

Eve's Garden, Bed and Breakfast, Marathon, Texas-6 x

Eve's Garden, Bed and Breakfast, Marathon, Texas-11 x

Eve's Garden, Bed and Breakfast, Marathon, Texas-13 x

Eve's Garden, Bed and Breakfast, Marathon, Texas-14 x

Eve's Garden, Bed and Breakfast, Marathon, Texas-15 x

Eve's Garden, Bed and Breakfast, Marathon, Texas-20 x

Eve's Garden, Bed and Breakfast, Marathon, Texas-21 x

Highway 118, Texas x

La Loma Del Chivo, Hostel, Marathon, Texas-3 x

La Loma Del Chivo, Hostel, Marathon, Texas-2 x

La Loma Del Chivo Hostel, Marathon x

La Loma Del Chivo, Hostel, Marathon, Texas x

La Loma Del Chivo, Hostel, Marathon, Texas-4 x

La Loma Del Chivo, Hostel, Marathon, Texas-5 x

La Loma Del Chivo, Hostel, Marathon, Texas-8 x

La Loma Del Chivo, Hostel, Marathon, Texas-13 x

La Loma Del Chivo, Hostel, Marathon, Texas-12 x

La Loma Del Chivo, Hostel, Marathon, Texas-11 x

La Loma Del Chivo, Hostel, Marathon, Texas-9 x

La Loma Del Chivo, Hostel, Marathon, Texas-6

Wildlife off Highway 118, Texas

Stay well,
               Ara and Spirit

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9 Responses to “Forgotten Marathon… TX”

  1. Zelda Says:

    Love your pictures, Ara. Hope you & Spirit are doing well. Randy feeling better every day after bout with pneumonia.

    “Zelda” (Pam)

  2. Ara & Spirit Says:

    Been thinking about Randy…Getting old[er] is not for sissies!!! Pneumonia is not fun [3 times for me!!!] but so glad to hear good news. Next is the knee… right? By January 15th I will myself know when I will have my hips [2!!!] and spine surgery… can’t wait! I am not the one dreaming about going here and there… As soon as I am better it will be Nova Scotia and Labrador… You all take care… Thank You always for writing. You are my faithful Friends. We sure have some memories together… [I nevr have flat tires…]

  3. texascindy Says:

    Enjoyed this little trip through Marathon. Been through there several times as you know but never have looked at it like you do…I always see things better through your eyes, it seems! Take care! And dont forget the hugs and scritches!

  4. Zelda Says:

    Dear Ara & Spirit,

    When you and Randy have recovered from your surgery let’s meet in Nova Scotia & Labrador!
    We will be at home over the holidays and into the New Year.
    Take care,

    Pam & Randy

  5. Ara & Spirit Says:

    Best offer I have had in a long time… Looking forward to it. It will happen before we know it…
    Stay well… Ara and Spirit

  6. Jon Says:

    If you pass through Maine on the way, look me up. I would love to share Maine with you guys.

  7. Sven Peter Says:

    Good to see you are strawling again around and cannot let the computer shut off completely.
    Thank you for the bright colors that lighten up the mood.
    God bless you two and have a peaceful advent time.

    Sven and Thomas.

  8. Jack Cheasty Says:

    Your photographs feel like winter, although there is no snow…

  9. Dave Parry Says:

    Marathon! So good to see pics of my own personal hiding space. I’ve been going there for six years now, a week here, a week there, basically whenever I feel like my head is too full. It’s a special place, with a lot of little surprises tucked around the area (have you been up to the park to see the springs?). Gotta love a town where the two best places to eat are a gas station and a former junkyard across the street. Also the drive between Marathon and Sanderson is something few ever see but is so beautiful.

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