The Belton Year Round Event has a new sponsor: The http://bvt.walktx.org/. They have changed the route. We decided to walk it and see what had changed. We got a special treat that others won’t get to see – snow/sleet left over from Thursday’s blast of winter weather.
Snow on the ground at Confederate Park.
Stained Glass Window.
Yard Art and a view of Nolan Creek.
Blue Heron along Nolan Creek.
Bell County Courthouse
Statue of Peter Bell.
Third Governor of Texas
Bell County was named after him.
War Memorial on Courthouse Lawn
One of several Texas Historical Markers
that qualify this event for a stamp
in the TVA Special Event Book
Century Plant decorated with snow/sleet.
Old Carnegie Library is now a museum
Very nice mural.
Another stained glass window.
Mary Hardin Baylor University
Chartered in 1845 by
The Republic of Texas
The Curtis Mansion circa 1902
Snowman with autumn leaves as filler
UHMB Bell Tower
(about a block off the walk route).
UHMB has a stadium under construction
Pinwheels for Peace
My favorite old house.
Ugly head but beautiful body feathers.
Watch out for the ice on the bridge!