By michelle warren
San Antonio: cultural site
San Antonio: Hostorical site
San Antonio: natural site
El Paso: historical site
El Paso: Natrual Site
El Paso: cultural site
Amarillo: Natrual site
The canyon had an amazing, cozy cabin that i stayed in. It also had camping sites and drive-up sites. While i was there, I saw a couple getting married at there new Pavillion:)
You can explore the canyon by foot, or mountain bike. You can even go through the trails with a horse or a car! They have more than 40 miles to explore. Every night when the sun sets, the sun reflects its orange glow to the canyon. It's a view you will never want to miss. I also learned there was a war at the canyon. It was called the Red Rive War. It was between the US and the Southern Plains Indians. It lasted from June 1874 to spring 1875.
Amarillo: Historical site
by telling me that the museum was built in 1989, Amarillo Texas. The creators of the museum built an air and space museum at private Tradewind Airport at southeast Amarillo. The creators took a vote and decided to call it Amarillo Air Terminal. In 1997, the airport moved from Tradewind Airport to The Amarillo International Airport. On February 2010, the museum changed its name from Amarillo Air Terminal, to The Texas Air and Space Museum. They also changed the museum its self a little bit. They added a indoor and outdoor space inhibit. And they re-opened doors on February 15, 2011.
Amarillo: Cultural site
Amarillo serves amazing food.
Marfa: Natrual Site
The resort is 640 acres, sitting on the side of the ravine in the Chihuahuan mountains.
Lesser peaks form 7 miles of paved road that leads to the resort. The white nature trails are amazing views in the morning. But in the night, it turns into pitch black sky fall.
Once you get in the resort, indoor pools are everywhere you look. Breakfast, room service, mini fridges, and much more things like this are located in every room of the resort. In conclusion, Chinati Hot Springs,is an amazing place to see on both inside and out.
Marfa: Historical site
Marfa: culture site
At first i thought to my self, how does the Marfa Dessert count as a culture site? But as i looked at the dessert and as i found out more about it, you can see that the site its self was ment to be in Marfa. The dessert is apart of Marfa and you will learn why it is yourself.
Ft worth: Historical site
You wont regret it.
"Do not pray for easy lives, pray to be stronger men.'' -John F Kennedy
Fort Worth: Cultural site
Of course, football, NASCARS, baseball, basketball, volleyball, tennis, lacross, and the typical sports are what many play. Fort Worth may be one of the only cities in the world where you can find a competitive all year round rodeo race. Also, if you enjoy walks and hikes, you will love Fort Worths Frinity Falls. It has many trails, paths, and more for you to enjoy a nice jog or run.Last but not least, Fort Worth is home to many of the best sports teams. Like Texas Motor Speedway, TCU football, and the Texas Rangers.
FT Worth: Natrual site
Snapping turtle, lion, flamingo, giraffe, monkey, ape, gorilla, more than 30 different types of snakes, hippos, iguanas, kangaroos, otters, 20 different types of owls, many different types of penguins, frogs, alligators, horned lizard, komodo dragon, poison dart frog, and over 1,000 different types of amazing different birds. The FT zoo is clean, and has snack machines everywhere you go. The zoo if ready for you!
Graham: Hostorical site
The site also includes basic facts about Alexander. These are just some that i learned about Alexander while i was there:
- born in Edinburgh, Scotland, 3 March 1847.
- He is a son of Alexander Melville Bell
- He was educated at the Edinburgh high school and Edinburgh University
The Alexander Graham Bell site is a one of a kind site of a one of a kind person. Make sure you check out the site, im glad i did!
CAMPING: staying over night allows you to have access to the trails and the cabins. Cabin include electricity, modern restrooms, and showers. (Bring your own water)
FERN RIDGE TRAIL: This trail passes an over look of the wet weather water fall and heads on to the entrance of Graham Cave. The trail passes through Graham Cave Glades Natural Area. Animals that live on the glades include the lichen grasshopper, slender glass lizard and the prairie lizard.
BOATING: The Loutre River is easy accessed by boating. Go ahead, go fishing. The river has 50 different types of fish.
But fishing is only allowed from 7 a.m. to sunset.
graham: Cultural site
Fredrerickburg: Natrual site
picnicking, fishing, swimming, nature and wildlife viewing is all part of the amazing experiences of the park.
Old tunnel, enchanted rock state natrual area, honey creek state natrual area, blanco state park, pedernales falls state park, and guadalupe river state park.
Shops restaurants and sevral bakeries are all around the park. Make sure to try the food its amazing!
fredrickburg: historical site
The Rising Sun Tavern was a unforgettable memory. It was built by George Washington's younger brother, Charles, around the 1760. This building became a tavern in 1907. A complete restoration took place in the 1930's. Much of the woodwork is still original till this day. The builing was operated as a museum by the Mary Washington Branch of Preservation Virginia. Till this day the tavern is sill up. You can go visit the museum and see all the original art work.
fredrickburg: culture site
- Angel Cradling Bunny
- Angel with Lambs
- Birds of Galveston
- Crane, Pelican Diving Into a School of Fish
- Dolphin, Eel, and Dorado
- 3 Pelicans & Fish
- Galveston Shore Life
- Great Dane
- the lion king
- tin man from wizards of oz
- venus in half shell
- wild life tree
- yellow lab
- AND OVER 30 MORE!