Dead Presidents

Historical facts, thoughts, ramblings and collections on the Presidency and about the Presidents of the United States.

By Anthony Bergen
E-Mail: bergen.anthony@gmail.com
Posts tagged "Texas Hill Country"

American bison grazing on land across the Pedernales River from the LBJ Ranch near Stonewall, Texas (December 2010)

I’m just organizing some of the folders on my computer and finding some LBJ-related photos that you guys might enjoy.  By the way, my experience in Texas might have been more pleasant had it been centered around the peace and beauty of the LBJ Ranch in the Hill Country with limited visits from time-to-time into Austin only to hang out at the LBJ Library.  And air-conditioning 24/7/365.

Blanco County Courthouse, Johnson City, Texas

Thousands of lights decorate the Blanco County Courthouse in Johnson City, Texas during the Hill Country Lights Spectacular.

Photo by Erica, Sweet Sunday Photography
(Erica’s Tumblr)

Johnson City, Texas

Here I am checking out the spectacular lights on the trees outside of the Pedernales Electric Cooperative in Johnson City, Texas. 

Established in 1938, the PEC helped bring electricity to the Hill Country of Texas.  The driving force behind rural electrification in Texas was young U.S. Representative Lyndon B. Johnson.

Photo by Erica, Sweet Sunday Photography
(Erica’s Tumblr)

Pedernales Electric Cooperative, Johnson City, Texas

Christmas lights in the trees outside of the Pedernales Electric Cooperative in Johnson City, Texas.  Established in 1938, the PEC helped bring electricity to the Hill Country of Texas.  The driving force behind rural electrification in Texas was young U.S. Representative Lyndon B. Johnson.

Photo by Erica, Sweet Sunday Photography
(Erica’s Tumblr)