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Randy Bacon

Impossible Canyon #1

…sense, if you will, of the eternal

Larry McMurtry

Epilogue

Along with the artists, photographers and writers, many of us ordinary observers today continue to “love this country.” This website celebrates the Texas Canyonlands and especially the Brazos River Canyonlands, an area unique in its proud mythic history, its end-of-the-road open spaces of big ranches and few people, once again filled with its historically rich wildlife.

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View of the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River

Panorama of Longhorn Valley

Welcome to Scurry, Kent, Fisher County and Stonewall County, home of Impossible Canyon, Goldstens Canyon, Cooper Mountain, Longhorn Valley, Big Rough and Little Rough creeks, the Double Mountain, and the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos, where you, too, may fall in love with the Texas Canyonlands with their rough hewn “highly hued beauty,” and “…sense, if you will, of the eternal.”

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Light and shadows in the late afternoon cover canyon walls in Longhorn Valley

Wide-racked Mule deer gallops through canyon floor among Cholla and Cedars

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Highly hued canyon walls in Impossible Canyon

Dramatic colors create an iconic sunset viewed from Impossible Canyon