U.S. Route 83
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Lisa Turner said:   February 15, 2016 9:51 pm PST
Thank you very much for your wright up on our restaurant in San Benito, Tx. located in the RGV. I must correct you though on your description. we do not give "Free" extra meat, we do though, give "Free" extra cups of our world famous beans! Thank you again for your article and wonderful compliments, yes, we are locally owned and operated! Did you miss our Texas Longhorns out back in the pasture? Again, we are honored, Bill, Lisa, Kaylee Turner and our wonderful Longhorn staff, we are all family.

Marvin Hohweiler said:   January 14, 2016 1:24 pm PST
I think you were a little harsh on the Oklahoma Panhandle. Although there is not much to be seen on this stretch of highway there are still plenty of sights in the panhandle.

Peter said:   September 2, 2015 6:13 pm PST
Great blog. I just drove a section of 83 from Rapid City to Virden in Manitoba, Canada. In regards to one of your posts I just found this. Regards.

shorst said:   January 26, 2014 1:29 am PST
I am looking for a small town along highway 83 that has quite a few windmills in a park, my father recently saw these , but can not remember where.

Michael Lerew said:   December 17, 2013 11:27 pm PST
The four book pages you found about "The Red Lodge" are definitely the Victor Bridges book. I collect his books. This one went through six editions by 1926 in the UK. I think it's not his best book. His first novel, "The Man From Nowhere," 1913, is very good. He's worth reading. Best Regards.

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