Hill Country Equestrian Lodge

Address: 1580 Hay Hollar Road, Bandera, Texas, 78003, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 1580 Hay Hollar Road, Bandera, is near Hill Country State Natural Area and Dixie Dude Ranch.
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    Travel Blogs from Bandera

    Wedding Day: Deep in the Heart of Texas

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Sep 13, 2014

    40 photos

    ... drive straight through to Amarillo, Texas. But then we saw the sign for Capulin Volcano National Monument and, of course, we turned left to explore. Capulin has been extinct since long before recorded time.

    Capulin stands some 1,300-feet above the vast valley floor. We drove to the rim, where we peered down to the center of the caldera before turning our gaze onto the sweeping view of the fertile agricultural region in the valley far below.

    As ...

    Deep in the heart of TEXAS!

    A travel blog entry by irv2 on Sep 08, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    Today was a day of travel, and we went from Carlsbad, N.M. to Kerrville, Tx.
    We could spend several days here in the hill country of Texas, but we are trying to connect with a family member in Houston and are running short on time, so this may be next year's trip.

    We found a great little campground that sits ...

    Oils alright...

    A travel blog entry by tim.ryan on Sep 08, 2014

    9 photos

    Another long day on the road almost six hours out of the grazing plains of New Mexico to the oil fields of Texas.Overcast sky's and rain were with us for most of New Mexico but disappeared once we crossed the state line. Scattered over the country side like prehistoric dinosaurs,oil wells pump the black gold day and night.Texas produces about 2.8 million barrels a day that's almost 35% of all ...

    Great New Old Friends

    A travel blog entry by mrear99 on Jul 08, 2014

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... was a cultural highlight to understand how the slaughter of such a relative few could matter so much for Texas, American and the world. Even though I will confess it got boring pretty quickly, it was interesting to observe how the bravery of those who sacrificed themselves for something they hoped would be greater, is sometimes viewed as a trite cliché.

    After the Alamo, we rounded a few corners looking for a way to get Matt’s wheel chair down to ...

    Ranch dudes

    A travel blog entry by lindensabroad on Feb 27, 2014

    27 photos

    ... campfire version of celebrity heads). Leigh had arranged for an old cowboy/guitar player to come over and play some cowboy songs a bit later and we sung along to a few of them. Home on the Range was one we knew and we were coached on other chorus/lines to join in on. It was all rather relaxing and pleasant after a hard days' ride!!!
    We were all pretty weary, particularly Matt who'd had little sleep, and slept like logs - except Mase who's knee ...