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San Antonio, TX

The walk started on the San Antonio College campus, wandered through part of the Monte Vista Residential Historic District, and then through San Pedro Springs Park back to the campus. It was a good walk. I got carried away on the pictures of houses....

Susan, Joe and Q-Tip arrived at the parking lot the same time we did.

Carol approaching the registration tent.

Scobee Planetarium - Open on Fridays

Student Advocacy Center

Decorated bench near the Dewey Place campus entrance.

Otto Koehler House - 1901 Classic Victorian

Temple Beth-el dedicated in 1927 undergoing restoration.

1910 Classical Revival style

Barnes-Laird House - Early 20th century Classical Revival

1891 Queen Anne

1904 Tudor Revival

Mosaic mural of San Antonio attractions

St. Anthony Catholic School - 1909 Classical Revival

1913 Mission Revival Style

1915 Italian Renaissance Revival

Magnolia Christian Church - 1924 Classical Revival Style

Our checkpoint volunteers

Another view of the checkpoint

Siba and Debbie arriving at the checkpoint.

Tower of the 1911 Gothic Revival Laurel Heights Methodist Church

1906 Classical Revival

1905 Queen Anne style

1903 Classical Revival style

Jay E. Adams House - 1893 Queen Anne style

Relief Art of Jesus ascending into heaven at Christ Episcopal Church entrance.

Fire Station No 6 - built in 1929

D.K. Furnish House - 1903 Mission Revival

1907 Classical Revival Residence

Advertisement for Philo Coffee Shop.

Woodward home became Woman's Club of San Antonio in 1926.

1905 Spanish Colonial Revival

Hines Fine Art - gallery and classes/workshops

Laurel Heights 7-Day Adventist Church

1929 San Pedro Playhouse

Mosaic tennis ball at the John McFarlin Tennis Center

Looking down at San Pedro Springs

Old stairway leading down to the springs

This gazebo originally stood in Alamo Plaza. It was move here in 1897.

Ruins of a fountain.

Red granite marker erected in 1918 by the Daughters of the American Revolution and the State of Texas to mark the route of the King's Highway, or El Camino Real.

Abstract mosaic mural on the Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 694 across the street from the park.

Roses blooming in January in Texas.

Another view of the San Pedro Springs.

Plaque says: This tree dedicated to the memory of George Washington by San Antonio Chapter of American War Mothers.

Not a Hobbit House! This is a small man-made cave that was originally created in the 1880s as a "summer house" to keep food cold.

A very old small stone building with vertical slits for rifles thought to have been used as an early refuge against hostile Indian attacks.

1929 Library Building