Lazy F Ranch

Address: 15547 Farm to Market Road 1116, Smiley, Texas, 78159, United States | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 15547 Farm to Market Road 1116, Smiley.
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    Travel Blogs from Smiley

    Ribs, Sausage, Brisket, Chicken and Sides

    A travel blog entry by lastrick on Apr 01, 2015

    28 photos

    We came here for three nights to eat at all the Texas BBQ places in Luling and Lockhart. We were not disappointed ! Pork ribs, brisket, chicken, sausage ...

    GBRA Lakewood Campground

    A travel blog entry by gnys on Jan 25, 2015

    Stayed 3 nights - leaving 1-26-15 for San Antonio. Nice quiet campground. In the high 60's. Guadalupe river runs along campground. $26 per nite. Previously stayed at Navarro mills CG (oak park site 9). Rainy and cold. Saw white Pelicans on lake. Very nice CG there but hookups were were too far from camper. Couldn't use sewer connection as hose wasn't long enough. Bought longer hoses at Walmart in case that happened ...

    Day 3 Gonzales to Lake Charles (Saturday)

    A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Jan 03, 2015

    7 photos

    ... to swap fries for salad. Gasp! “We don’t do THAT, Ma’m!”). Young Rico promptly delivered our platters - catfish, stuffed shrimp, stuffed crab, more shrimp, a mountain of fries and – with a cursory nod to nutrition – a small serve of coleslaw.

    The seafood was seasoned, crumbed and deep-fried, and we washed it down with a Bud Light. Yes, Anne had her first beer EVER and it wasn’t too bad. Apparently ...

    Stephenville to Seguin

    A travel blog entry by davegibson on Aug 21, 2013

    3 comments, 4 photos

    Again, we were up at Jack Sparrow's crack. The usual 04:30 alarm went off and after a shower, packing and a nose bag, we all set off at 05:40 for the Posse Up area. We arrived at 05:55 and were the first bikes there for group B-Bravo. After organising the bikes in to the right columns and doing all three now-standard briefs we were ready for the off by 08:00.

    A relatively uneventful first leg of 87 miles took us to a fuel stop at a Loves ...


    A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on May 27, 2013

    8 photos

    ... in what became known as the Battle of Gonzales.

    Each May they hold the Texas Junior High State Final Rodeo, so we purchased 2 tickets to see what it was like. The kids were very good as you can see from the short video I produced. Click on it to see what young Texas girls and boys do for fun! We also went shopping for horse supplies and took a driving tour of the town. One highlight was the old jail for hanging.