At the corner of Laredo and Dolorosa Street, smack in the middle of a parking lot, stands the small 19th century house that once belonged to William Sidney Porter, a.k.a. O'Henry.
What a wonderful place to spend some time! Not only will you find examples of Texas flora, but the glass houses are filled with wondrous plants from all over, some rain forests and some deserts.
Well you can't see them
but behind my dad's big old head are
windmills creating energy!
Their are hundreds of these for about 10 or 15 miles going down the I10 it'S really something else!
American Pride is very strong in Texas
At one time i saw a building with 14 flags
in front of it....
I like this picture :)
Gromes has recently become one of my favorite hang-outs since moving to San Antonio.
Located off of Callaghan and 410 it offers all levels of sewing/quilting classes.
There are airplanes and ducks. My grandson loved to play with the planes. This was taken in February, 1995.
Located near Borney, This beautiful cavern will delight anyone into caves and caverns. It's a bit small, but at $9 USD, you get about an hour's worth inside the many rooms.
Local and tourists alike swarm into this lake during the hot Texan summers. It's a nice place to spend a few days fishing, swiming, or just vegetating in one of the lake resorts.
The RiverWalk is very picturesque. Again, you are looking at my daughter, Kristy, and my wife, Barbara.
The River Walk ranges from very congested to more peaceful settings suitable for romance or just talking quitely with someone you love....