Walk started at this church.
Nice patio balcony.
First of many fancy gates.
Another nice gate.
Street art in Fairy Alley.
Wall art along the alley.
Admiring the home.
Clock gears on home of artist Suvi Aika.
Her yard is a wildlife habitat.
Interesting but I wouldn’t want to live there.
Purple Martin habitat
Clothespins are blocking the entrance.
Historical marker for 1875 home.
This is the home.
Pillar entrance looks newer than the fence.
Rick at the checkpoint.
Siba and Carol at checkpoint. Volunteer manning has his back to the camera.
Park Policeman’s memorial.
Entrance to the Umlauf Sculpture Park.
Rose, Darlene and another volksmarcher headed back in.
Log cabin (no marker)
Award winning Pecan Tree.
Plaque for the Pecan Tree.
National Youth Administration (WPA?) marker on wall of sunken garden.
No plants in the garden.
Bridge over Barton Creek.
Gravel path along condo fence.
Barton Creek Condo building #6.
Artistic old truck.
Back at the checkpoint.
Entrance to Sculpture Garden belonging to David Stromeyer.
Looking back as we entered the garden.
And another one.
One last sculpture.
Carol posed for me back at the entrance.
The Stromeyer House.
This house is tiny from the front, but when you get past it stretches back quite a ways.
Spanish style home.
Colorful front door.
Chandelier in the garden.
Another nice rock house.
Stop sign with crochet leaves.