Texas Gates & Fences part four
We were in two RV-Parks during this time Lady Bird Johnson City Park in Fredericksburg and Kerrville Schreiner City Park in Kerrville. If you want detailed information on either of these parks check travelogues -----in our 2007 Travels folder that are on either side of this one.
April 15 through 22, 2007.
Texas patriotism showing on this Hill Country ranch
Many ranchers show their patriotism with the flying of both the American and Texas flags.
Some Hill Country Ranches favor a rustic look for their fences
This fence has a nice rustic flair to it.
Typical fence containing expensive exotic game animals.
These fences generally contain a true working ranch that was high fenced in back in the 1980's to accomplish one goal-to build, shape, and create a ranch that would excel in habitat, food plot systems and a management program resulting in some of the finest trophy whitetail and exotic game hunting to be experienced anywhere.
More of that TALL game fencing seen throughout the Hill Country where trophy whitetail deer and exotic game animal are being contained and nurtured with excellent management programs.
While native whitetail deer and turkey are behind these fences they are primarly to contain imported exotic species for hunters.
Many of these animals are not indigenous to Texas or even North America. These wildlife ranchs host animals from many foreign countries including inhabitants from six of the seven continents. Species from Africa, Asia Minor, Australia, England, Israel, India, Middle East, and Pakistan can be found behind many of these fences.
Faulkner Ranch in Texas Hill Country west of Kerrville
This is a section of the Faulkner fence that borders an intersection of two highways. It is located miles from the impressive gate shown earlier. This ranch is probably larger than the state of Rhode Island, and probably worth about the same. VBG
Notice how tall this fence is and how stout it is. It is designed to keep an impressive array of exotic game animals inside.
This was a unique way of doing something with straight pieces of cedar.
Cool rustic Hill Country fence
This is a change. I think I like it. It is certainly different.
This unique fence was using what looked to be 1/2" or larger steel cable between fence posts. The fence post appeared to be constructed out of the natural gas piping common in this area. This is heavy duty fencing for sure.
Bender Exotic Game Ranch fence
Bender Exotic Game Ranch is located south of Sequin, Texas. From the looks of that fence they are not stocking game animals large enough to jump that fence. My guess is that a much higher fence is containing the larger exotic game animals.
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