The Homestead House house sits on over 300 acres of native rangeland in north central Texas. Located 18 miles southwest of Breckenridge and 55 miles east of Abilene, The Homestead House can sleep up to eleven adults and includes a fully furnished kitchen, three private bedrooms, the "Bunk Room", and two full baths. Day hunting is available with accomodations. See website below for map, rates, and details.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Friday, September 16, 2011

Hog Out County Grants Program


According to the Texas Department of Agriculture, Texas is home to more than two million feral hogs - the largest feral hog population in the nation.  Dang!

TDA is sponsoring the 2nd Annual Hog Out County Grants Program which runs October - December 2011.  Discussion of program participation was on the September 12th agenda for Stephens County regular meeting (Item 11).  I do not know what the outcome was, but if we are participating, the county could win up to $20,000.

Looks like we've got plenty at our place!!


Cool Deer Pics

This is a fun series of pictures taken by the game camera in three-second increments.  You could almost make a flip-book out of them!



Thursday, September 1, 2011

Game Camera Pics

Sorry, I haven't been keeping this blog updated very well, have I? Here are some pictures off the game camera we got Dad for Christmas last year. We've gotten lots of interesting pictures on it so far!



Mom and Dad have been doing some updates to the house as well including fresh paint and new floors. Will try to get some updated pictures for you. Thanks for visiting!!

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Campfire Nights


Campfire girls won't you come out tonight!


Worth spots fire. Fire, Fire!


Jail break!




Cousin Ralph Jackson, Cousin Stephen McKelvain, Splash the dog, and Burrell. Note that Ralph's chair is still in good, working condition...


"So, do you know how to spot Ronald McDonald in a room full of naked men...? "

The McKelvains


Worth and Libby


Worth, Libby, and Jon


Worth and Jon
Where's Worth? I can't even see him - he's camouflaged!

The Stanley's


Jackson gives us a wink.


Whoo-Hoo!!!


Time to hit the trail with Kelly, Kendall, and Jackson!


Lee & Jackson check out the new "Road & Track"


High-Tech Redneck

The Evans


Ellen and Katie Anne


Matt and Katie Anne


Katie Anne and Wortham McKelvain
Had to throw this one in to embarrass them when they grow up!


Matt destroys our antique campfire furniture.

No people were harmed in the making of this picture!

Deer Feeder & Blind Maintenance


Burrell McKelvain, Owner




Trusted dog Jack does his part.


A beautiful evening in Stephens County...

Monday, November 10, 2008

E-2 Hunters Successful


Matt Evans (left) and Jonathan McKelvain (right)


Burrell McKelvain, Owner and Matt Evans

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Field Pictures, November 1st







E-2 Hunting Trip


They look good, but will they actually shoot anything????
Lee, Dr. Matt, and J-Mack

Jackson's All Grown Up!


Jackson at "The Dip"


Wet dog alert!

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Benelli goes "McKelvain"!

We think Stephen McKelvain is one of our family's "top guns"! Find Out Why

Our Newest Little Aggie


Wortham Ray McKelvain, Texas A&M Class of 2030

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

A Few Old Pics to Get Us Started


Jackson Stanley, hangin' at the Homestead House. I can hardly see him in that camo!


Jackson's dad Lee with his first deer.


J.R. gets in on the action.


Matt's ready to hit the trail on the mule.