Deer Horn Tree
A curious cone-shaped structure made of wire and covered with antlers.
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This curiously misnamed cone of deer antlers sits somewhat dejectedly in a tiny public park on Main Street. Created in 1969 by the Kimble County Business and Professional Women’s Club, this symbol of civic pride could use a bit of freshening up with a few newer “horns.” Conveniently located just a minute or two off US Interstate 10, it’s a good place to stretch your legs on the long drive across West Texas.
March 28, 2019
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