The history of the land between the Llano and San Saba Rivers is both fascinating and tragic. The same unique qualities of this land drew both settler and bandit, prospector and thief, priests and sinners, soldiers and natives. One has to imagine these rives as they would have been 400 years ago, with little to no commerical agriculture. The rivers flow over limestones and granite, natural filters bringing clear and pure water suitable for drinking and rich in minerals perfect for crops.
This land also served as the frontier between the more setteled lands in San Antonio and Comanchera