A Purple Fence Post In Texas Could Get You An Orange Jumpsuit | SAN ANTONIO XYZ | Scoop.it
Driving around East Texas, especially on more rural roads, you've probably noticed a neighbor or two with a purple 'X' or mark on a fence post or a tree at the edge of their property. It's not lawn decor, or a display of your neighbor's favorite university. It actually represents a law in Texas that dates back to 1997, but still many outdoorsmen across the Lone Star State aren't aware of it.