This habitat was actually where wild cats roamed and lived for centuries, This is the area where the historic" Frying Pan Ranches" occupied back in the 1800's...at one time it was all Indian territory because white men dare not endure the harshness of the land...it has been kept natural and now is part of the Texas Plains Historical Society with the addition of the Qua nah Parker Arrow...you have to see this!!! A 25 foot arrow has been erected in his honor and the Parker family came recently to bless the site of the arrow. Comanches roamed here until the white men came with"progress"...it is a historical site and very interesting if you know the history of the site...This is the wild west...so look at the beautiful rolling plains...untouched, kept as natural as it can possibly be....Where else can one say...I have been where no man wanted to go and where Qua nah Parker the last great Comanche Indian Chief has been honored..it is a great day trip but be prepared to make your own discoveries and say"Hey I've been there"!!
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