|St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church|
The following flowers were on a big bush (or small tree - it had a trunk). They are not hibiscus, but look similar.
|Not hibiscus. Anyone know what this is?|
|I want to go back when this store is open!|
|Main Street, Boerne, Texas|
|Ye Kendall Inn looks like a nice place to stay|
|Sugar Belle's - mmmmmm.|
|Haven't been to Soda Pops Sugar Shack.|
|Mexican hat (Ratibida columnaris)|
|Old-fashioned European motorbike|
|Boerne Dam on Cibolo Creek|
|Darren standing next to debris deposited by flood water.|
|Boerne Dam. (See the foam under the tree -|
|This water does not normally flow on the right side!|
|You can see water does not normally flow on this side|
of the fence.
|Prickly pear - larger than life.|
|Anyone know what this flower is?|
|Purple coneflower (Echinacea purpura)|
|Army officer by the U.S. Army memorial|
After lunch Susan and Darrin had a prior commitment, so Bob and I went to see "Tomorrowland," George Clooney's newest movie.
Both of us liked "Tomorrowland." It takes place in the future and imagines a world that is rich in invention and creativity. Somewhere along the line things go awry in Tomorrowland and a teen-aged girl visits George Clooney to find answers about a pin that, when she touches it, transports her to a futuristic society.
Some very evil people come calling, intent upon killing George and the teen-ager. They're not from the government and they're not there to help. The movie has an interesting concept and I didn't fall asleep in it. I give it a B.
Another good day in San Antonio. Travel Bug out.