About 30 years ago I took a Hunter Education course from a guy in East Texas who, to illustrate the dangers of drinking and hunting, mentioned he went into the woods one morning drunk and found himself back at his car without his rifle. He never found it. I wonder if you did.A 30.06 rifle leaning up against a pine tree between Livingston and Woodville
intresting, my mother was (supposedly through dna) was 1st white woman born in texas as a republic, She was a henson, also from that area.We hunted near Alto for several years.. and the cabin we stayed in was bulit in 1847 out of virgin timber.. 18in mainbeams. and a couple of huge fireplaces... behind the house was the grave and headstone of helena berryman, the first Anglo child known to have been born in Tx after it became a state.. There were old slaves quarters back down the hill.too with lots of old machinery etc.. Lots of old stuff there..
I did find a nice hand scraper and tons of broken flint on my place near Blanco.. Still looking for arrowheads.....
This is a great thread You guys find lots of cool stuff.
That's awesome.A friend of mine purchased a ranch a few years ago and discovered it had an old cabin on it covered both inside and out with Texas 1932 and 1933 license plates. He has no clue what the history is behind it. Like me, he is very curious to who built it. He has found a few other plates on the ground about the ranch.