Thursday, March 3, 2016

The Gate

On a recent return from Houston, we chose to drive the back roads
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and saw the entrance to this ranch. I am not sure what kind of animals they raise , but I am pretty sure they must have horses. I like that  they also displayed their unusual brand. I was trying to figure out what the brand stood for. The only thing I could come up with was: King Fish?

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18 comments:

  1. Hello, it is a beautiful entrance. I love the horse on the gate! Have a happy day!

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  2. Wow, that is quite a spectacular entrance! Your guess as to the brand sounds plausible. Wouldn't it be fun to know for sure.

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  3. Kingfisher? This will drive me crazy. Lol

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  4. it almost looked like a hoofpick to me with a crown on it. :)

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  5. What an impressive gate. I have never seen anything like it. Leave it up to Texas for spectacular fences and gates.

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  6. i see Genie, say you got it from Texas. i was guessing Texas. those Texans are too great!! happy to meet ya through fencing times. happy week! ( :

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  7. An interesting looking brand. I rather like the gate!

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  8. Hmmm, that's an unusual one for sure. It takes on the attitude of the Alamo.

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  9. That is one awesome gate/entrance. It would be fun to research the brand.

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  10. When I maxed the photo the size of the walled gate and its sturdiness was very evident. It is quite simple, tho, without frills so the horse really stands out.

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  11. Wow - that's quite a gate. It reminds me of the Alamo, too!

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  12. Impressive gate, Southfork Ranch?:)

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  13. King Circle Hook Ranch?

    I like that horse, too.
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  14. Quite impressive!
    Stopping by from Good Fences and I'm glad I found you. This is my first visit.
    I hope you'll come share at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/02/the-walls-of-san-juan.html

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