I didn’t get as early a start as I would have liked, but I was rolling by 9:00 this morning, heading south and west of Dallas/Fort Worth to pick up some more points. The first stop was Cresson, where I snapped a shot of the post office. From there I went on to Granbury to find Jesse James’s grave in the old city cemetery. It was down some gravel/dirt roads, but nothing too difficult. I’m not sure if it’s really him, but the marker is there. After that it was off to Tolar to get a picture of the Windmill Farm bed and breakfast. They’ve got a great view of the Hill Country there! Next on the list was the Greenwood Saloon in Bluff Dale. It looks like an interesting place to be at on a Saturday night. I goofed setting the waypoint for it, confusing the north and south sides of town, but got that sorted out quickly. I then stopped off at the Hard Eight BBQ in Stephenville, where I got a good whiff of smoke as they were firing up the smokers while I was taking the required picture. Multiple points in Dublin were next, including the Dr. Pepper plant and Doc’s Soda Shop, where I enjoyed some real Dr. Pepper (sugar, not corn syrup). Then a quick detour over to De Leon to get a picture of the Terrill Antique Car Museum before heading back to Hico to meet Heather for lunch at the Koffee Kup. Lunch was good but the pie was better. I had the key lime and Heather had the peanut butter cup pie. Finally, a picture of the Billy The Kid statue in Hico finished off the to-do list. We then worked to outrun the thunderstorms brewing up as we headed home. We just got sprinkled on a little, nothing serious, and pulled in just after 5:00 PM.