San Marcos Event

The checkpoint was set up outside the walk start/finish since the walk was two 5K loops.
Walk started at the old Dunbar School now a community center.
Ed and Kerwin.
Carol and Brandy.
This walk qualified for the “special program” El Camino Real.

Former Gothic church with octagonal towers is now a residence.

Victorian style Cape house is home to the Alpha Delta Pi.

Nice old home converted for business use.

Gothic First United Methodist Church (1893) was a few blocks off the walk route.

Old movie theater converted into a museum.

Pretty flowers blooming in a planter in front of museum.

Hays County Courthouse.

Graffiti-Style Mural.

Another mural on the side of a tattoo business.

Cute hair salon advertisement.

Mermaid Mural.

Hays County Annex (1909).

Goonies Mural on left side of alley.

Not sure what this one is on the right side of same alley.

Walkers caught up to and passed us while I was taking pictures.

Other end of the Goonies mural.

Various artwork on the back of the building.

Our daughters.

Eyeball graffiti mural

I should know the name of this one!

Water is life!

Aaron Hussey designed this memorial which includes an image from the meeting between King and Johnson in the Oval Office on January 18, 1964. It was unveiled on MLK Day 2014.

Artwork in the center of the memorial.

It would be easy to miss the artwork.

Other walkers on the route ahead of us.

Amtrak Depot.

This art was obstructed by ongoing construction.

John and Tina.

First Hays County Jail constructed in 1873.

Another graffiti style mural.

Veteran’s Memorial Mural

This marine is about in the middle of the mural.
Nice window boxes with flowers.
Heard House – Victorian Style (1888-1889).
1868 late Greek Revival style home.
Not on the National Register of Historic Places, so no info available.

Another one not on the National Register of Historic Places.

Rylander-Kyle Home (1900).

Lovely wisteria covered the pergola.

Thanks Ellen for taking a group shot of us at the finish.