The festival features live demonstrations of pioneer lifeways and frontier skills. Enjoy folk and bluegrass music, listen to a storyteller, view prehistoric Ice Age artifacts, and observe a blacksmith working red-hot iron. Guests can also see how salt was extracted from the waters of Big Bone, watch a flintknapper make a stone point, and discover how bison hair was spun into yarn.
The festival is held in the gorgeous Texas hill country, at the height of the Bluebonnet and wildflower season. Friday and Saturday, we move across the street to the Salt Lick Pavilion with three different stages operating from 4 pm to midnight on Friday and 11 am to midnight on Saturday. Campers can greet the morning with the yoga masters on Friday and Saturday mornings.
June 1, clifftop CliffNotes. Tom Rollins, Thomas Rollins Photography. The very early and preliminary total stands at nearly 1, life forms.
This park is older but it is nice and clean. The pool is small but it is great for cooling off and The path to see
Their BBQ is awesome, wish it was closer to home so I could go more often. They have a very big menu including an all you can eat option. Well worth the money.
Credit Adventures in Homeschooling. The festival features demonstrations of pioneer living, frontier skills, traditions, and lifeways. Browse the crafters corner to see the many handcrafted items for sale and find lots of good eats at the food court.
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Spivey is less than pleased that several veteran OSMF organizers, namely former president and then director of operations Scott Marshall and production manager Ryan Brittainhave begun a competing music event. The longstanding local roots music festival announced relocation to land they purchased in Dale, near Lockhart, but had been planning a victory lap year in at the barbecue site. We plan on continuing that economic impact instead of leaving that area.
The festival features demonstrations of pioneer living and skills, frontier life and Native American skills and traditions. Handcrafted items will be for sale and the event will feature folk and bluegrass music, storytellers, prehistoric Ice Age artifacts and a working blacksmith. Participants also will be able to see how salt is extracted from Big Bone, watch a flint-knapper make a stone point and discover how bison hair was spun into yarn.