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Waggoner Ranch, among US' largest, listed for sale

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — One of the largest ranches in the U.S. and an icon for Texas horse and cattlemen has been listed for $725 million, marking the end of a decades-long courtroom battle among the heirs of cattle baron W.T. Waggoner, who established the estate in 1923. The estate includes the 510,000-acre ranch spread over six North Texas counties, with two main compounds, hundreds of homes, about 20 cowboy camps, hundreds of quarter-horses, thousands of heads of cattle, 1,200 oil wells…

King Ranch - largest ranch in Texas with 825,000 acres (or 1,289 square miles) which includes portions of six Texas counties. King Ranch, founded in 1853 by Captain Richard King raises horses. In 2001, Ford Motor Company added a King Ranch edition to their F-150 truck line, complete with the King Ranch cattle brand in the logo.

Cowboy Riding His Horse Past A Car 1940s Ranch Farm Sunday Suit Hat Sweetwater Texas TX Vintage Black and White Photo Photograph

Cowboy Riding His Horse Past A Car 1940s Ranch Farm Sunday Suit Hat Sweetwater Texas TX Vintage Black and White Photo Photograph on Etsy, $3.95

SPRING LAKE, in Lamb Co. Texas ... now dry and filled with sediment, the depression in the distance was once a 7 spring fed lake. On the dry Panhandle plains of Texas, it was an oasis for Indians and the buffalo that once came to water. Large Indian camp is situated here. In 1870s, hunters slaughtered buffalo here. In 1882, Tom Lynch drove cattle herds here from New Mexico. Later became headquarters of largest division of the XIT Ranch. (1936)

Travel Inspiration

Herding cattle on Cibolo Creek, a 37,000-acre working longhorn ranch in West Texas. The property's plush 35-room inn allows guests to temper the cowboy experience with big city creature comforts

Erich McVey Workshop Welcome Dinner

Brasada Ranch in Bend, Oregon #weddingvenue #erichmcveyworkshop #horse http://www.weddingchicks.com/2013/11/11/erich-mcvey-workshop/

Garage Sale Tips

It's almost garage sale season...I can barely wait! Here is a great post about having your own sale.