Walking Around Seguin

March 22, 2007

I took a walk down Court Street to the East from my house.

Just a couple of blocks east is the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority, and behind that is a small cluster of homes. Down from there is the GBRA Annex. There is an Oak Tree there that must be several hundred years old. Walking through the neighborhood, I found a beautiful house for sale. In the back was a deck, and near the garage was a huge oak tree, and a concrete patio overlooking a creek that feeds into the Guadalupe River. What a bargain! That's why we moved to Seguin.
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This tree beside the GBRA annex is hundreds of years old.
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The Guadalupe River rose to this marker in 1998. Known as "The Big Flood". GBRA Annex is 10 or 15 feet above that.
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Ther is a road leading up to a small group of houses on Heideke Street.
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This one is for Sale. I think it is a bit over $200,000. (Update: July 2007 - The house was sold)
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I love this type of architecture.
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More of the house for sale on Heideke.
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My house was built in 1915. A lot of cars have passed by this front porch. This house down on Court at Heideke has unique lightning strip on the gable.
Tribuatary to the Guadalupe


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