Looking north up the Brazos River Valley from the ranches southern peak. Over 400 ft in elevation changes ranging through the canyons.
Looking west into the sun setting over Possum Kingdom Lake. You can see the ranches entrace, barn and rock cattle pens below.
Looking east over the Brazos river from one of the peaks on the north side of the ranch. Would make a excellent place to build a home.
Looking southeast from the canyons edge back over the Brazos Valley.
Looking Southeast at the Brazos.
Looking north down one of the many canyons that reach up into the ranch.
Looking north towards the northern most canyon wall on the ranch.
Looking out east over the southern most tip of the ranches points the fence line visible is the southern border.
Looking southeast from the Brazos River at one of the water holes for wild game.
Looking West up one of the many draws that creeps into the ranch. The draws hold large herds of auodad and other various game animals.
Another look west up one of the many draws from the Brazos.
Some of the draws have shear 400 ft cliffs straight to the bottom.
This plateau would make a excellent building site with stunning views looking east over the Brazos River Valley.
Looking east into the Northern Draw on the ranch that rises out of the Brazos River Valley
Looking west from the Brazos Valley up the northern draw. To the left is the plateau that would make a excellent home building site.
Looking North down the Brazos from the Southern Peak.
Natural Rock outcroppings carved from millions of years of water flowing down through the Brazos Valley
Looking down the Brazos from the northern middle peak of the ranch.
The Brazos was crystal clear on this day. Looking through the binoculars you could see large catfish making their way down river along with huge alligator gar.
Looking over a small flat on the river bottom of the north end of the ranch. Deer and other wild game are often seen swimming the river from the fields across the way.
The ranch is rugged and wild just as it was when first owned in 1859.
Before barbwire there was hand built rock fence. You can see the over 150 year old rock fence that stands hard against time and nature.
Amazing views of the Brazos River Valley
Southern most point of the ranch.
The valley cools with the setting of the sun.
Deep canyon draws full of wildlife making their way onto the plateau for the evening graze.
Looking west over the ranch and barn towards Possum Kingdom Lake. Look at the sun dancing off of gorgeous Possum Kingdom Lake.
The canyon draws closing in on darkness as the sun sets and the sounds of nature fills the night.
The ranch just recently opened hunting back up two years ago. The deer have been well managed by the hunters providing excellent growth for trophy animals.
The whitetail on the property appear to be all extremely healthy and on there way for excellent horn growth.
A large herd of Aoudad sheep take home on the ranch. Many of the older rams reaching over 30 plus inches.
A large healthy herd of young aoudad billy's and nannies.