Walking Around Seguin

May 24, 2006

These are things I see when I go for an evening walk.

Living in downtown has it's advantages, especially in Seguin. Just a couple of blocks from my house is the Guadalupe River, The Courthouse, The World's largest Pecan, and the fountain in Central Park. There are many granite memorials there, and some of the buildings have the greatest carvings. Churches have bell towers. There are 300 year old trees, maybe even 500 year old trees. And I can step down my driveway and walk to these. That's why we moved to Seguin.

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The back of the house faces Donegan, and our driveway is lined with trees.
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The fountain in the center of Central Park. Big trees, and lots of statues and monuments.
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Being a sandcarver, I can't pass up a few pictures of carved granite.
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The Juan Seguin Statue has great detail. Buildings have unique decorations.
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I love these Lion Head water spouts.
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The Bell Tower at St. James Church. I can hear it when working outside my house.
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More Church Tower, and some very old Oak trees. My estimate: 300+ years old.
Tribuatary to the Guadalupe Tribuatary to the Guadalupe Tribuatary to the Guadalupe Large Oak Tree
Evan's digital camera does black and white, which is very interesting.
The Bell Tower Fountain in Central Park Seguin's Horse Lion's Head
Sanctuary Very Old Oak Tree
We will post more pictures soon, so come back and take another walk with us.

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