Yes, the Briscoe Western Art Museum is huge. Sprinkled among the art on three floors, they have a stagecoach, a wagon, a windmill, a diorama of the Battle of the Alamo, and lots of other sights to see. This Museum has quickly become one of my favorites in San Antonio.
It is that time of year again. Motorcycles are everywhere in Austin for the Republic of Texas Biker Rally. My favorite event is the motorcycle parade that travels from the Rally site in North Austin to Congress Avenue Downtown. It is pretty special to cheer for the bikers as they arrive on Congress. This year I chose a spot in front of the Capitol Building to view the festivities.
It was a beautiful day in the city to have the Art City Austin event. There were tons of artists displaying their wares, lots of music to enjoy, and some spectacular views of the city. Overall, a pretty cool way to spend a Sunday.
The Caldwell County Courthouse is a photogenic place. I like to walk around the Square and admire the architecture from all different vantage points.
I hope you are not tired of these sunsets, as they never cease to amaze me. This view was from the hill just above the Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino.
The Tower Life Building is one of the iconic buildings of Downtown San Antonio. As you walk through the city at night, you can’t help but marvel at this structure.
It has been about a month since my last visit to the Bass Pro Shops in Round Rock. I took a stroll around the store, admired the bears, checked out the fish in the aquarium, and had dinner at Uncle Buck’s Fish Bowl & Grill. I’m still glad they decided to build this store here.
I caught this piece of wine barrel art on display at Cianfrani Coffee Company in Georgetown while drinking my coffee. I thought the flag design was pretty cool, but I am partial to the Texas Flag. Maybe they can make a version with your favorite flag?