U.S. Army Member Surprises Mom at Work after 2 Years in Korea
2015 MHS grad Grey Johnson surprises his mom Mitzi Branscum at work at DeShazo Elementary in Muleshoe, Texas, on April 5, 2018, after two years stationed in Korea with the U.S. Army. He is accompanied by his wife Ashlyn and many other family members.
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USA Road Trip #8 - National Ranching Heritage Center in Lubbock, Texas
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Welcome to my travel vlog! This is an account of my american road trip, and I'm working through the Texas videos at present.
We went to the National Ranching Heritage Center in Lubbock, Texas and it was so cool! It's a historical park museum. It's like walking through history in chronological order. You start at the most primitive of houses (well, maybe not totally primitive, but really old), and work your way through architecture that describes how The West was won! You'll see the best in The West :) ha ha ha. Really though, it was so well done, and probably among the best museums I've been to in terms of the story telling and museum organization of the place. It is run by Texas Tech University. Here is their website:
We saw things like wells, kilns that looked like dog houses, cattle brands, old ranching houses that were transported there, barns, cattle traps, Indian territory houses that had special defences (Jowell House), and so much more. We saw a grocery store (the Waggoner Commissary) with an antique cash register and a can of pure lard. We saw a corral to trap cattle and an old school house that had heat capabilities it in! (It was Bairfield Schoolhouse). The big nice, Queen Anne style, two-bathroom house was a highlight, and it was under restoration while we were there. It was called Barton House. Oh wait, let's not forget the outhouse!
Sadly, we missed the cowboy. But we did see real old cowboy stuff from the Wild Wild West, like lassoo's and saddles and cowboy hats.
There were ranches, ranching equipment, horse taming areas (probably for mustangs), hay, horse carriages, a real train, and old beat up country truck, windmills, and pretty much everything except real animals and time travel abilities :) But there were jack rabbits!
I got to go with my friends and some very cute babies. One of them even gave me a fun time pretending she was at a rodeo!
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