Saturday, August 2, 2014

Brandon Texas


I'll be driving off to Windsor/Detroit next week so I thought I should get some practice time at the range. That takes me through Brandon.

Brandon's Post Office

There's not a lot there, some dirt roads, a few houses, an abandoned Presbyterian church, a small Post Office and a Co-Op.

Brandon's Co-Op

Some people are afraid of places like Brandon. Perhaps they should be.

T Posts

I find the Brandonites I know friendly, unlike the Austin leftists who'll rip you off in the maze of a labyrinth and at the drop of a dreadlock.

Shoot, Ride, Fish

Shoot straight,

LSP

8 comments:

jenny said...

well, someone's feisty-- talking trash about Austin again...
The leftists ARE problematic, being generally hateful, burdened by their imagined injustices, and not valuing life to boot. But these are not the ones in the labyrinths, I tell you! WE are all completely centered... [inhale] ... and calm ... [exhale] ... and loving ... and dreadlock-free...
You should try it some time.

And what? No range results? How'd you fair?

LSP said...

shot well, esp w/ar & 45.

LL said...

What could possibly be terrifying about Brandon?

Austin simply provides non-paper targets to consider as you walk through a tactical environment.

Adrienne said...

T-posts are wonderful. We have a 1200 foot fence of lovely T-posts on one side of our property. Our "back yard is fenced in T-posts and I use them for all sorts of supports in the veggie garden.

I would like living in Brandon.

Handsome pic of you...

A

LSP said...

I think it's a comsymp Austin/San Fran sort of issue, LL.

Good tactical point!

LSP said...

Handy things, the old T Posts.

Glad you liked the aging LSP pic...

Brighid said...

Looks pretty neat compared to some of the places in N Kali. Any range time is good.
Built more miles of fence with T posts than I care to remember.
Your a handsome young man.

LSP said...

That was an unusually tidy house...