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Pecos River Rock Art: A Photographic Essay by Jim Zintgraff

"With the babble of the upper Pecos water and the whispers of the mountain breezes among the spruces, he begins chronicling his adventures . . ."

Pecos Bill - Bill was born in 1830s Texas and as an infant, fell out of a covered wagon unnoticed by his family near the Pecos River, earning the nickname. He was raised by coyotes until found by his real brother who convinced him he was a man. He became a cowboy using Shake, the rattlesnake as a lasso, riding Widow-Maker, eating dynamite, and once lassoed a tornado. Bill proposed to Slue-Foot Sue by shooting all the stars from the sky but one which becomes the Lone Star.

Seminole Canyon State Park, Texas. Read about this in Texas Monthly. Sounds like a really nice weekend trip.