317 W. Mulberry St. In Denton Texas

By just walking a trail, we can actually find peace, satisfaction.Voted your hub beautiful and interesting as it is 🙂 Lynn Conway 6 years ago from Virginia, USAIxbag, you are welcome, I am so glad that you enjoyed it! Thank you.ixbag 6 years ago from Guangzhoulovely son and happy life. I’d like such a beautiful walk. Hope to see more pictures and articles about this fantastic land.

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