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South Llano River State Park, Fawn Trail Professional Review and Guide
"People have inhabited this part of Texas for 8000 years; the first Anglo settlers arrived in the 1870s. The park itself was formerly a ranch created by the Thomas and Buck families, most recently a 2500-plus-acre cattle operation run by Walter Buck Jr., who donated the land to the parks department. Most of the trails are former ranch or maintenance roads, more functional than attractive, and there are still ranch structures, windmills, and stock tanks scattered about the park."
--Melissa Gaskill, Best Hikes with Dogs: Texas Hill Country & Gulf Coast (The Mountaineers Books).
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