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Into the Promised Land, Joshua 18, Abandoned Bible, White Oak Bayou, Houston, Texas 0420091320BW

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I'd climbed down the east bank of White Oak Bayou to get pictures of the old railroad bridge near Hogan and I-45. I took a different route up, a very overgrown route. The occasional trail (perhaps a figment of my imagination) passed debris, from the flooding and, perhaps, from those who had found some sort of shelter in the shade of this thicket. I'm not sure to which category this old Bible (not KJV), belongs, but it was stiffly open to Joshua 18. I left it in its place, untouched, took only this photograph.


(Not KJV):

8 So the men who were chosen went to look at the land and write down what they saw. Joshua told them, "Go all through the land and describe it in writing. Then come back to me at Shiloh. I will throw lots" and...

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Taken on April 20, 2009