Nacogdoches Volksmarching Event
March 26, 2011

There is now a seasonal event in Nacogdoches if you'd like to walk here. Of course the Azalea's won't be in bloom!

Approaching sign up table from parking area at Java Jacks.

Sign up volunteers.

Passing some of SFA College buildings.

Main entrance to Stephen F. Austin College.

One of the murals on the Fine Arts Building.

Austin Builing 1922-23
Oldest building still in use.

Stephen F. Austin Fountain

Entering SFA Mast Arboretum

Pavillion overlooking sports area.

Rosaceae on the arbor.


Brooke working checkpoint.

Leaving Arboretum and heading out on nature trail along Lanana Creek.

Zion Hill Baptist Church Cemetery
The trail goes right by here.
Although there are indications of unmarked graves
This marker is the only one from the 19th Century.

Leaving nature trail you head toward downtown.

The Treaty by Michael Boyette
Depicts Chief Bowles signing a peace treaty with Sam Houston

Pavillion in the Park

Nine flags are displayed. I've only heard of seven flags flying over Texas. Could not identify the other two.

Carol and Ed waiting for me to finish taking pictures in the park.

Theatre in need of restoration uptown.

Flower boxes lined the street.

Lady from Tyler Paper took our picture for the Tyler paper, so I had her take a picture with my camera too.

Thomas Jefferson Rusk
Signer of the Texas Declaration of Independance
Moved to Nacogdoches in 1835
Died here in 1857
Buried in Oakwood Cemetery

Water Garden at Dragonfly Nursery

Marker in Oakwood Cemetery.

Zion Baptist Church

Old University Building.

White Dogwood Tree

Pink Dogwood Tree

Residence of President of SFA

Episcopal Church

Hiding in the snowball bush.

Does anyone recognize this tree?

We ate lunch here.

After Walk Activities

Visited the park downtown and saw people riding.

There was a VW Show in the park.

Yes, this is a VW.

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