I had a wedding to go to Saturday (April 25) evening about 2 hrs away so I couldn't tarry at any one place. Since the Jail is open at other times for viewing I didn't take time for the tour at this stop.
It is beautiful on the inside! All furniture is original to the church and has been restored.
On my way to the next location I spotted these yellow flowers and I couldn't resist stopping for a few pictures.
On the way to the next location I encountered more wildflowers calling my name to stop and photograph them!
I must keep going!
Worth Ranch is one of the oldest continuously operating Boy Scout Camp West of the Mississippi.
Indians of the Wichita Tribe camped on the flat plateau which today is Worth Ranch. The Fort Worth Area Council, BSA, bought the original Worth Ranch property from the McClure family in 1929. The stone buildings were constructed over the next two years on the plateau, today known to scouts as the "parade ground."
This view you can see a portion of the river.
I did not make all the spots on the tour. I just didn't have time. I do have two more that I went to that I will cover in another post.
Have a good one!