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Old 06-11-2008, 04:15 PM
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Farm Pics

I came across some old pics of my Ranch. Thought i would share.

Front of the old salor house. This house is over 100 years old, and from the top floor you can see the red river. (about 500 yards behind it)




View of the deer feeder from the blind. 144 yard. just behind the feeder is a natural spring fed creek. that dumps into the red river.


My neice looking out of the "Hilton"


My sis and my neice


The mighty Red River. you can see OK its higher Elavation

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Looks like yall need some rain!
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Old 06-11-2008, 04:21 PM
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Looks like yall need some rain!
The pics where taken WAY long ago. like 5 years or so. in Winter. But yes we could have used it back then
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Looks like a future Hunting Lodge!
GOT BIG DEER??????????
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Old 06-11-2008, 07:52 PM
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Looks like a future Hunting Lodge!
GOT BIG DEER??????????
Some of the largest in the area
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Old 06-12-2008, 02:47 AM
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man, you gotta get some of the rains to come there bobby! someone could fart and catch that place on fire!
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Did you get a fixer upper deal on that place lol. Just kidding. Wish I could afford a ranch but I gotta have mountains or at least big hills. I'd go nuts in the flat lands.
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man, you gotta get some of the rains to come there bobby! someone could fart and catch that place on fire!
Yeah it was dry that year. but the spring keeps most of the aniaml life going, along with the red.

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Did you get a fixer upper deal on that place lol. Just kidding. Wish I could afford a ranch but I gotta have mountains or at least big hills. I'd go nuts in the flat lands.
Its been in the family for the longest time.
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How much land do have there?
Does your land go all the way down to the river?
I like the old house. Do you have any plans to do anything with it?
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How much land do have there?
Does your land go all the way down to the river?
I like the old house. Do you have any plans to do anything with it?
719ac, Yeah i goes all the way to the river. The house is gunna be knocked down. its in to bad of shape to fix as these pics where taken like 5-6 years ago when it looked somewhat ok
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