The dirt on dirt of duck paddies

June 22, 2016 0

By Andy Anderson  Duck Paddies are a fantastic feature for your property, attracting wildlife and creating sustainable vegetation for the eco system to thrive. The first step to any project is site evaluation, what are […]

Cowboy Cuisine by Steve Stevens

June 20, 2016 0

By Steve Stevens  Sometimes the best places are right under our nose, and if we don’t look hard enough we might just miss them. For the better part of twelve years that I spent on […]

Forester Ranch of Bolivar, TX

June 18, 2016 0

By Shannon Gillette  Located fourteen miles northwest of Denton at the intersection of FM roads 2450 and 455 lies the small community of Bolivar. Dr. Hiram Daily established the town in 1852. This site was […]

The Chisholm Trail

June 16, 2016 0

By Judy Wade At the end of the Civil War, Texas was an impoverished state. Although no major battles were fought here, damage had been done. Texas had supplied horses, cattle and soldiers to the […]

Quilts tell a story

June 15, 2016 0

By Jessica Crabtree  It’s been documented that quilting appeared in Europe from the crusaders as long ago as the twelfth century. In the United States, the art of quilting was not common until the 18th […]

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