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We walked around this historical town seeking out Victorian homes and other interesting things. We started at the lake. Some of the homes had markers so I listed those I knew.
This is the J.N. Nutt House.
This is the David Nutt house.
This is the Aston House.
This is the county courthouse.
First Presbyterian Church.
Dr. Walker’s House.
Holderness-Aiken House is hidden by trees.
The Daniel House.
We entered a park before heading back to the lake.
We passed the old Hood County Jail.
Baker – Carmichael House.
After Granbury we headed over to Acton, TX to see the Smallest State Park in Texas. It is the burial site of Mrs. Davy Crockett.
Outside the cemetery entrance is this memorial.
From there we tried to visit the Fall Creek Farms with all it’s artwork. The gate was locked but we could see these from the gate.