Visit the Alamo
We spent the morning walking through the church, enjoying the beautiful grounds and of course inspecting Every. Single. Cannon. One of my favorite site on the grounds is the Live Oak Tree that sits in the courtyard next to an abandoned well. At the time, the 40 year old tree was moved and planted at the Alamo in 1912. The branches run over fifty feet long and are so heavy, it needs a little help with wires to keep them from falling.
Lee Edwards says
I just need you to go on all my vacations and take photos—so creative. Looks like he had fun!!!
I would love to come along on your next vacation!
Patrick weseman says
How cool. That is one place I really need to go. Great pics. Very nice. Those are some of the best pics I have ever seen of the Alamo.
Janice Trinh says
Those are gorgeous shots! And that place definitely looks like it's full of history and stories to tell. Thanks for sharing it with us!
Christine | A Keane Sense of Adventure says
Hello UNESCO! Great pictures of the Alamo! Makes me want to head to SA for a weekend 🙂