Gail, Texas

Gail is the seat of Borden County. Both were named for Gail Borden, who invented the process used to make Borden's condensed milk.

This welcome sign features an inspirational quote from Gail Borden.

The Caprock Cafe is one of two restaurants in Gail.

With fewer than 800 people, Borden County doesn't need a large courthouse.

This gas station turned variety store is made of local rock.

The Coyote Country Store is the only grocery store  in town.

Gail Mountain rises above  the west end of town.

Gail Mountain appears on this welcome sign.

It's hard to think of a coyote without picturing Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner.

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