Carlen was outside the walk start at the Community Center to point arrivals in the right direction.
Walkers inside registering for the volksmarch.
The walk directions suggested we stop into the post office to see the WPA painting.
We passed a series of churches. This one is a Christian Church.
This is a Presbyterian Church.
This is the Heart of Texas Country Music Museum.
Our checkpoint was there. It was open so we went inside to look around.
Grand Ole Opry photo.
Autographed photos of some stars.
Elvis’ Corner. He had his own personal bumper car.
Statues of the stars.
Ellen and Darlene were our checkpoint people.
Giant guitar on the front of the museum.
From the museum we headed into the residential area.
Soldiers guarding the front door.
We came to the school where this mascot was displayed at the Tennis Courts.
We crossed a pedestrian bridge into a park.
Looking at the creek/river we crossed.
Neat basket planter.
Wink posed with the Korean and Vietnam memorials.
WWI and WWII Memorial.
Freya found a clean puddle to get a drink.
Another creek/river crossing.
Eagle guarding an entrance.
Ed and a very nice Falcon.
Old jail, now used as a museum.
Air Traffic Control tower moved here from Curtis Field. This tower was in use during WWII.
Historic Marker for General McCulloch, the man the county was named after.
McCulloch County Courthouse.
1936 Historical Marker
WWII Artillery on the courthouse lawn.
Mural across from courthouse.
Marker for Brady’s claim to be the heart of Texas.
Another view of the McCulloch Courthouse.