Exploring Texas with my cousin we came across many small cotton fields and could not pass it by, so we stopped and took pics of these white puffy and soft cotton fields. Also Texas is known for its cattle and vintagey feel. Yeehaw!
Ok, first a little bit of History….
The George Ranch Historical Park’s history follows family lines beginning in 1824 when Texas was still part of Mexico. The first Texas pioneers settled near the Brazos River. In the years since, the Ranch has passed through four generations and grown into one of Fort Bend County’s landmarks.
In my opinion, I would have to admit is was a pretty big place. You need a good pair of walking shoes and water to tour the Ranch, but was it worth it? oh yea! 100%. I didn’t know much about the history of this place until I finally took the tour, I definitely recommend seeing it, I love the look of this location, it’s very vintage, country with a side of history! ..Now before you book a session here make sure you get informed on there prices….but it’s a must see.
The small town of Beeville, TX (Bee County) has a population of a little over 13,000 and is known for it’s history and vintage views. I enjoyed the sightseeing and the ride around the town. Every photo had a history behind it, Beeville is such a small and quite town that everyone knew each other and if they weren’t your neighbor they just might be your relative…. 😉