Yesterday when we arrived in Sanderson, it was 74 degrees, but this morning when we were ready to leave it was about 38…what a change. The blue sky was now covered with high clouds that blocked out the sun from yesterday and a wind was blowing cold. Fortunately the wind was going to be a tail wind for us most of the day. It ended up pushing us all the way to Langtry and Seminole Canyon State Park and Historic Site. Langtry was the home of Judge Roy Bean and the community that he developed, named, and ruled over with an iron hand (or gun). His court was held either on the front porch or at the bar of his “Court” (Salon).