|Stunning Skyline Of Beautiful Downtown Fort Worth|
When I arrived at the top of Mount Tandy to take the picture you see here of the stunning skyline of beautiful downtown Fort Worth a strong wind was blowing, making the air feel cooler than its 65 degrees.
I did not realize today was Martin Luther King Day til I was on the road listening to Rush Limbaugh doing his ranting when he said he also did not realize today was a holiday til someone mentioned it to him.
I don't know how I missed it being Martin Luther King Day. Surely there was mention made of the holiday in each of the online news sources I check in on every morning.
|The Rutted Muddy Tandy Highway|
Changing the subject back to the Tandy Hills.
I was more than a little appalled when I got to the bottom of Mount Tandy and saw that the Tandy Highway has been turned into a rutted, muddy mess.
The muddy ruts have dried for the most part. The rutted up road made walking on it more difficult than it was before this happened.
I did not check today on the current status of the Tandy Bamboo Teepee.
|The Drowned Tandy Tires|
A cruel vandal has drowned the tires in Tandy Creek at the base of Tandy Falls.
Who would commit such an act?
When I left the drowned tires and headed south, back to the Tandy Highway, I saw the rutted, muddiness continued into the northeast corner of the Tandy Hills.
Back to that first photo at the top. Today when I was looking across the prairie at the skyline of Fort Worth I wondered if there is any other city in America, with a population over a half million, which has such a large expanse of undeveloped land so near its downtown?
I suspect not.
Fort Worth is very unique.