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I spent a good part of my early life in Kermit, a small town in deep West Texas that most likely would not exist, were it not for the vast oil and gas industry in the Permian basin. It is filled with really great folks. But, Kermit was, and is, a town with few natural recreational opportunities or interesting natural features. There are no forests for strolling, no mountains for climbing, and no lakes, rivers or streams for swimming. In fact, the area has few natural features of any interest, unless you are a fan of rattlesnakes, skunks or coyotes.

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