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Texas – Yesterday And Today

The Alamo was established in 1718 as Mission San Antonio de Valero.

We arrived in San Antonio, Texas on February 23, the first day of the historic Battle of the Alamo that took place in 1836. It was also the first day of the annual commemoration honoring the battle. A sea of chairs were set up on the front plaza, filled with history buffs who listened to speakers commemorate the famous battle.
I’ll leave you to do your own research regarding the winners and losers of the battle.

We took a 7-mile stroll along the San Antonio River Walk, then joined the crowds for a waterside lunch.

The following day we left the city behind and found a place to stretch our legs and enjoy a quiet picnic lunch. The 12,000-acre Government Canyon State Natural Area fit the bill. With 40 miles of trails, we chose a combination that took up and around on a loop through changing vegetation. We even found a bench with a bit of a view for our lunch.

Next stop: Big Bend National Park.

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