Castroville Event

Pat and Darlene were working at the start table.

An old home in the National Register Historic District.

Kitty decorated a front porch.

Red geraniums in hanging baskets.

Ed posed with our first field of poppies.

More poppies.

Wow. Beautiful.

Another field of poppies.

An old rock wall and pillars.

Cute mailbox matches the house.

A human arrow pointing the way past the Landmark Inn State Historic Site.

Landmark Inn State Historic Site

Overflow dam on the Medina River.

Water flowing down the side of the dam.

Same overflow from the other angle.

Colorful door decoration.

Henri de Castro - Founder of Castroville

Old Magnolia Gas Station is now a restaurant. Note Lil Library box on the post.

Lutheran Church

Site of the original Henri de Castro homestead.

Erected in 1879 as the Medina County Courthouse. Works Progress Administration remodeled in 1939. It is currently Castroville City Hall.

Weiss-Wurzbach American Legion Post #460

The Rainbow Movie Theatre opened in 1943. Closed in 1978. Currently an antique store.

1869 - St. Louis Catholic Church.

Life sized statue of St. Louis in front of the church bearing his name.

Stained-glass window in the church.

Clay and Brian at the checkpoint ahead of us.

A group of Texas Wanderer. It was great seeing them.

I think this building used to be a grain mill.

Snap Dragons and Pansy's

1911 - Sears-Roebuck Catalog House. Wouldn't you like to be able to order a house today.

Dinner bell hanging in a front yard?

More pretty flowers.


Cactus along the edge of the park's parking lot.