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Queen Bee: Queen of Everything

Queen Bee owner Mary Van Ostrand with Tinker, the shop dog.

Wimberley’s Queen Bee has something for everyone....

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Have Goat? Make Soap!

Turning Goat’s Milk into Sudsy Bars

Perry (left) and Hazel Kuebel work together to cut and label their handmade soaps made from goats milk produced on their Blanco farm.

For generations, the Kuebel family has called Blanco County home. Their 60-acre farm, located just about four miles west of Blanco, is home to four generations, all of whom work together tending to the variety of livestock and pets that share the land that overlooks the Blanco River....

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Have Goat? Make Soap!

Turning Goat's Milk into Sudsy Bars

For generations, the Kuebel family has called Blanco County home. Their 60-acre farm, located just about four miles west of Blanco, is home to four generations, all of whom work together tending to the variety of livestock and pets that share the land that overlooks the Blanco River.Like a lot of Hill Country farms, the Kuebels raise goats. Decades ago, Fritz Keubel, Sr. and his son, Fritz, Jr.,

Changes

I have been blessed to hunt in the hill country my entire life.  I was born in San Saba County in the late sixties and have hunted here ever since.  I loved it so much in fact, I have turned my avocation into my vocation. So I now get to hunt worldwide, but there is no place else like home....

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First Hunt

"Tuck the stock in tight to your shoulder, move your head forward until you have a good sight picture with no black around the edges. Take a deep breath, let half of it out, hold the rest, and slowly squeeze the trigger, while keeping the crosshairs steady where you want the bullet to go."My son's best friend, Mason, was sitting at my sighting-in table, his lanky frame folded up like a pretzel,