Raf and Sue Seibert welcome you to their website where you will be able to enjoy their art and writing. their photography and music, their philosophies and musings. Please feel free to contact Raf and Sue about their creations and ideas.
Deep in the heart of Palo Pinto County the Brazos River, Rio de los Brazos de Dios, flows as it has for centuries. Its course is not as rapid as it once was because it is now hampered by the building of dams along the river. Author John Graves wrote a travel guide called Goodbye to a River. His story took place as he traveled the river before the dam in Granbury was built.
This view of the Brazos River looks north toward the U S Highway 180 bridge in the north central part of Palo Pinto County. It was taken by Raf at Oaks Crossing, the site of a stage coach route in the 1800s.
Palo Pinto County and Texas are surely a part of Raf and Sue's lives. Sue attended high school in Mineral Wells, and she and Raf returned to the area in 1980, living together in the county for over 30 years.
So come along on their journey, as they share their talents through photography, music, writing, genealogical and historical study, and fine art.
Now we have up our Palo Pinto County Genealogy and history page. Check it out below!!
So, stop here for a while, and discover what our part of North Central Texas is really all about.
And you'all come back often, you hear!
Page is down for maintainance...will be back up soon. Sorry for the problem