Visit the Cowboy museum and...
Visit the Cowboy museum and take time to walk at least part of the Guadalope river valley. The people were incredibly friendly and willing to help you. They made me feel welcome and the hightest recommendation is that when I see texas mentioned on the news i get a lump in my throat and a deep wish to return there.
"A Pleasant Surprise"
Nancy and I had not planned to spend any time in Kerrville - just park the car and stretch our legs for a few minutes. We spent better than an hour looking around this Texas hill country town located on the Guadalupe River, and were surprised and impressed at the cultural opportunities we saw in this town of slightly more than 20 thousand inhabitants. Later, looking at the city's web site, we learned that we had not even seen some of the major attractions!
"Restored and revitalized"
Kerrville's downtown has a quaintness and charm, thanks to restoration to many of its older buildings, and the number of unique restaurants and art galleries to be found there.