Archive for the ‘Texas Hill Country’ Category
Located just 5 minutes from Kerrville and featuring both sides of Turtle Creek, this 81 acre showplace is a must see. Priced at $1,495,000.00
If you are in driving distace of the Texas Hill Country, then make a day trip up to Kerrville and don’t forget your camera!http://www.texasranchlandforsale.com/kerrville-texas-real-estate.php
Exotic game from all over the world can be found in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Originally started by the famous YO Ranch, exotic game hunting has become a big part of Texas Hill Country life.
All kinds of sheep, deer, goats, birds, and swine, that were not native to this area, can now be found all over the Hill Country. Pictured above is a Hybrid Sheep with blood lines that include several native and several exotic species.
A couple of hundred years ago Native American Indians used trees to mark trails and clean water sources. On a ranch that we just listed in West Kerr County, we found the best example of a marker tree that I have ever seen. And true to the legend, there was a pristine, clear water spring, close by.
This is a Pecan tree that the Indians bent over as a sapling. By burning the tree at the bend they were able to make it hold its shape. It is pointing directly toward the spring.