Our little antique chapel in the woods was built to be the backdrop to one very specific wedding–that of our founder, Carol and her husband Craig. The property at 7F was originally owned by Carol’s father, a WWII veteran. He and his fellow Aggies would frequently come to the property to hunt and to remember the war. Carol strongly believes … Read More

He saw her first from a distance. She was wearing a white cotton dress that kicked out from her ankles as she walked across the town square. At age 10, Pancho Villa knew by the way she moved and by the shape of her body that she was not just any woman. She had authority. Some called it alluring, but … Read More

Spring is well and truly here in Central Texas. Temperatures have started climbing during the day, thunderstorms are weekly occurrences, and every roadside is so coated in wildflowers that it’s amazing people can drive anywhere without stopping to snap at least a hundred pictures. Wedding season has also hit the ground running, drawing housekeepers and office staff into the ceaseless … Read More

One of my favorite things about 7F is the sense of history that pervades the property. Everywhere you look, you see pieces of the past, whether it’s in the form of old farm equipment, the chuck wagon at the Pavilion, or the buildings themselves. All of these things have stories, and as an English major, I have to say, I … Read More

7F Lodge has so many wonderful qualities, from its secluded Chapel and cabins to the loving care put into the décor and maintenance of the property by the housekeepers. By far one of my favorite features, and one that I think is not celebrated enough, is the network of trails connecting the Chapel, Ice House, and various cabins. These paths … Read More