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Dan Mink, the Rhinestone Roper

Trick roping and music makeup the Dan Mink Show. In December, 2009, Dan became the SASS "World Champion Whip Performer" at the contest held in Las Vegas Nevada.He is a 2-time inductee into the International Knife Thrower's Hall of Fame and became the SASS World Champion Knife Performer in December 2009 in Las Vegas Nevada. See his website for more.


 

Jean Prescott

Jean Prescott

Brought back this year by popular demand, Jean Prescott, a multiple award winning singer and songwriter, has been referred to as
“the spiritual essence of the west,” and she shares her love of western life through her songs about the real west of yesterday and today. Find out more about Jean on her website. More.,.


KR Woods aka Camp Cookie

K.R. Wood, aka
"Camp Cookie"

Also brought back by popular demand, K.R. Wood is a native Texas singer, songwriter, historian and musician, plays 6 and 12 string acoustical guitars and has received acclaim for his Fathers of Texas CD series. Find out more about "Camp Cookie" on his website: More.,.


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Buggy Barn Museum

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The Buggy Barn Museum is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization, which is dedicated to providing a unique opportunity to step back in time and experience first-hand the carriages which had such a significant role in our history and heritage. All funds will be used to expand our collection and promote the preservation of this important era through educational programs highlighting the historical role of carriages in the cultural, social, and economical development of our country.

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Ric Maddox

Wild West Shows produced and starring Ric Maddox, Producer, co-writer and lead actor in “Dead Men The Series.”

Mustang Mikki Daniel


Western Music Association (WMA) 2012 Youth Yodeler of the Year award and the Marilyn Tuttle "Best of the Best" Harmony Award (with Leah Sawyer). More...

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The Buggy Barn Museum, family owned and operated, is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The Museum has always been dedicated to providing a unique opportunity to step back in time and experience first-hand the carriages which had such a significant role in our history and heritage.

All funds collected are used to expand our collection and promote the preservation of this important era through educational programs highlighting the historical role of carriages in the cultural, social, and economical development of our country. We value the importance of education and want to be active in the schools by providing them with learning opportunities, including, but not limited to, field trips.

The Buggy Barn Museum is located at 1915 Hwy 281 North in beautiful Blanco,Texas, and is home to more than 70 unique buggies and carriages.

It features carriages that have been in movies such as There Will Be Blood, the remake of True Grit, Lonesome Dove, Hidalgo, the newly released Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter, and the newly released, Redemption. There are a variety of eye catchers, including a hearse and 1903 Studebaker.

The Blanco County WW2 Museum is a part of the Buggy Barn Museum complex. Check out their website at ww2blancomuseum.com.

Map of the Buggy Barn Museum (B) and Carriage Hills Ranch (A)


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