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Roger Roo the Philosophoo

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

Philosophooing

Roger says:  “Life is what you make of it.  Grab what you can while you can.  Heck, the chickens come around when I’m trying to eat my banana; if I drop a bite, they are there to peck it up quickly.  One must always be vigilent.  Grab it first with no hesitation.”  Life on a Texas Guest Ranch.

Central Texas Guest Ranch is a Gem

Monday, December 6th, 2010

Guests of our Central Texas Vacation ranch sometimes have the opportunity to watch cowboys and cowgirls at work. Below you can see our herd of purebred Angus being rounded up. This time we used a jeep and a golf cart; other times we use horses.

Our Houston area cabins are situated on a 600-acre ranch, meaning there is plenty of room to roam. Guests may watch us at work, participate in a morning feed tour, or simply relax on the porch in the shade.

Purebred Angus cattle roam our working/vacation ranch.

Unique Texas Vacation Ranch

Monday, November 29th, 2010

Guests of our Houston Texas Vacation Ranch come here because we’re unique. We’re a working cattle ranch in beautiful Central Texas, with private cabins that sleep as few as two or as many as eight people. We’re situated on more than 600-acres with rolling grasslands, ancient live oak groves, and picturesque ponds. We’re an ideal location for weddings, corporate retreats, or girlfriend getaways, offering horseback riding, archery, and a host of other activities.

When next you visit our Texas Vacation Ranch near Houston, be sure to ask about our morning feeding tours. How often in your life will you find yourself face to face with a friendly, hungry kangaroo?

Roger Roo loves his morning banana!

Texas BB Welcomes Guests from the Skies

Monday, October 18th, 2010

We never know who will stop by our Houston area guest ranch. Read on and discover how some folks recently dropped in on us.

One of those surprise Texas thunderstorms appeared, and a helicopter was heard overhead, very close by. After the whirling sound suddenly stopped, a ranch hand ran to the pasture and found the helicopter on the ground; the two men in the helicopter had to quickly find a place to land, as they were in the skies in the rain, with no doors. They put a tarp over the copter and got a tour of the ranch until the thunderstorm passed. Of course, they were invited to ride some horses, eat at Carol’s Cat Spring Restaurant, and spend the night at BlissWood Texas Vacation Ranch; however, they were on their way to Austin for business and needed to get on their way, promising to return soon!

One rainy day, a helicopter and passengers dropped in to say hello.

Reconnect with Nature at our Texas Bed and Breakfast

Monday, August 30th, 2010

Our Texas Bed and Breakfast sits on a working ranch – one with cattle and a variety of animals on its 650-acres. While here, guests enjoy the animals as much as the beautiful setting and tranquility.

A lovely foggy morning at our Texas guest ranch.

Lasting Memories are Made at This Texas Guest Ranch

Monday, May 31st, 2010

Need we say any more?

Book your Texas vacation cabins today, and start creating beautiful memories.

Mid-Week Specials at the Guest Ranch

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Ah, summer. If you have children, you have undoubtedly filled their summer with interesting camps and activities. They’ll be busy, and they’ll have fun. Of course, you want to spend some special time with your children during the summer, as well. That’s where our Houston guest ranch comes in. (more…)

You Never Know What You’ll Bring Back from our Texas Guest Ranch

Monday, May 17th, 2010

Not so long ago, guests staying in one of our Texas vacation cabins found a little surprise on their back porch. It just goes to show that you never do know what to expect when you spend time at our Central Texas guest ranch. Read on to learn all about it.

He's sweet as pie.

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Spring is Near in the Texas Hill Country

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

It’s still winter in Texas, but the spring babies are beginning to appear at our Texas guest ranch. It looks like our wet winter will bring out beautiful spring flowers. Already the first tiny bluebonnets are poking up in the rolling pastures, promising beautiful horseback rides through stunning fields of flowers.

The next time you come out to our Texas bed and breakfast, stop by and see the spring babies, pictured below.

Baby angus calf

Proud Mama and her calf

Roger Roo’s January Newsletter

Monday, January 25th, 2010
Roger Roo

Roger Roo

The resident kangaroo of our Houston area guest ranch has wise words to impart.

Roger Roo says “Pretend every single person you meet has a sign around his or her neck saying, ‘Make me feel important!'”

We strive to make guests of our Cat Spring TX bed and breakfast feel welcome and important. Private cottages, hundreds of acres, and nearby fine dining help. We’ll help you schedule activities both on the ranch and off-site that will make your stay here special.

Thanks for the reminder, Roger!


At Lehmann Ranch, 1 hour west of Houston

13251 Newberg Rd.
Cat Spring, TX 78933

Email: Carol@BlissWood.net
Phone: 713-301-3235

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