We registered at Maverick County Lake where they were having another walk and drove to our start location at Fort Duncan.
This nice lady gave us our directions and she will stamp our books when we finish the event.
Fort Duncan Commissary is the first building.
Fort Duncan Headquarters is now a museum.
Historical marker about Fort Duncan.
Fort Duncan Bakery.
Bridge over Eagle Pass Creek.
Headed down steps to trail along the creek.
Not sure what this was.
Continuing along the creek.
Looking back at the way we came.
Sign for the park.
Amphitheater seating on the other side of the creek.
Another view of the stage.
Headed up the steps.
Cooking pit near tables.
Sign about five blocks from the international bridge.
Another Texas sign.
Gazebo decorated for Christmas.
Maverick County Law Enforcement Memorial.
Eagle Pass City Hall with big Christmas Tree Bulbs.
After a loop we approached the gazebo from the rear.
Another view showing the nice bench seating.
Historical Marker for Camp Rabb and Fort Duncan C.S.A.
We are approaching the International Bridge as fog starts to roll in.
We walked around and below the bridge.
Looking across the Rio Grand at Piedras Negras.
Old Movie Theater stands vacant.
Walking through San Juan Plaza.
Rear of the Gazebo in the center of the plaza.
Front view of the gazebo.
Church of the Redeemer across the street.
Tree covered with dime size oranges.
What once was a beautiful house.
Door for the elves.
Maverick County Annex Building.
The new modern style brick county courthouse was built in 1979 and is adjacent to the old courthouse.
Lawyer’s Offices across the way.
First United Methodist Church.
Public Library building under renovation.
Marker on library tells us it used to be a post office.
The Maverick County Courthouse was designed by the architectural firm of Wahrenberger and Beckman of San Antonio. Erected in 1885, the building is of the Romanesque Revival style with Second Empire influences.
Historic E. Howard Clock and Bell Tower located on top of the original 1885 Maverick County Courthouse.
The pink granite state highway marker for Maverick County.
Historical marker on the old courthouse.
An unreadable historical marker on the courthouse lawn.
The Aztec Theatre was built in 1915 in a Mayan Revival style. It closed around 1982.