Rancho Mirando recently celebrated the harvest season with their first annual olive harvest gala!
Ranch owner Donna Aldred tackled the adventure of olive farming with gusto, like she has most everything else at the ranch. After initially growing lavender she made the decision to plant dozens of olive trees a few years ago to add to the farming operation. Last month, she gathered brave friends and familyRead More»
The public is invited to enjoy wine, appetizers and dinner, as well as boot scooting to the Hot Texas Swing Band (shown above). The best part? It’s all for the dogs!
WAG Rescue is an all-volunteer supported organization committed to the rescue and adoption of dogs in the hill country. Since its inception, the number of dog adoptions annually in the Wimberley area has steadily increased from 13 in 2009 to 145 in 2014.
The mission of Wimberley Adoption Group & Rescue is to come to the aid of abandoned, neglected, unclaimed and surrendered dogs and puppies in and around the Wimberley area.
Rancho Mirando has just begun to break ground on a new wedding ceremony site. Designed by architect Mark Canada, the new site will incorporate the natural beauty of the ranch and its setting while providing Rancho Mirando brides yet another beautiful site for the exchanging of vows.Read More»
We love this time of year! The smell walking through the grove is heavenly.
Wimberley wedding photographer Jason Hicks snapped this beautiful shot of the lavender and olive grove on a recent bridal portrait shoot. Of course Olive, the grove’s resident rescued white tail deer had to get in on the action.Read More»