Catch up with our newest legislator, Representative Leighton Schubert and Mrs. Brittany Schubert while enjoying the beauty and hospitality of the Lucky Shamrock Ranch with Mike and Taffy O’Brien. Your party of 18 will have some valuable one-on-one time with the District 13 Representative, while feasting on a gourmet meal by Chef Tai of Veritas. Read more
The perfect accessory for the sharp dressed man. A handcrafted Lone Star belt buckle by Max Lang and his leather belt. Max is a talented silver artisan and has created custom items for many legendary Texans, including George W. Bush, Willie Nelson and Jeff Bagwell. Wear this buckle as a proud Texan! This unique piece Read more
What could be more fun than duck hunting with Lois Kolkhorst? Hosted by Aaron Flencher of Citizens State Bank, this will be a morning hunt for two (2) people in the Somerville area during the 2016/2017 hunting season. Decoys and dogs provided. Buyer must bring their own guns, shells and license.
President George H.W. Bush personally chose this landscape, “Growing Side by Side” to express his love for Texas. ’41 says: “As in all things Texas, our beauty is unique.” This print, signed by our former Commander-in-Chief, is a one of a kind treasure allowing you to own a piece of history from one of our Read more
This rifle is an accurate and working replica of the Henry 1866 Yellowboy lever-action rifle, down to the .45 Colt caliber, brass butt plate, 24″ octagonal barrel and high polished charcoal blue screws. The 1866 Yellowboy lever-action rifle was a marked improvement over the Henry rifle. It was the first true Cowboy lever-action rifle and Read more
by Banjo Eddy and Sylvia Ellis Republic of Texas Horn with carved mahogany star base plug, dyed color accents, and permanently- attached tip with violin key tip plug, 2015. Property of the Washington on the Brazos Park Association to be offered at auction in 2016 (at The Sundown Social event). Created by “Banjo Eddy” Ellis, Read more
Come see Texas history in action… SAN ANTONIO – On Feb. 24, 1836, Alamo commander William B. Travis wrote the now famous “Victory or Death” letter. Courier Albert Martin left the Alamo with the letter to ride across Texas to deliver Travis’ impassioned plea for reinforcements to the people of Texas. In 2016, as part Read more