Friday, March 25, 2016

A Sunday Drive

Last Sunday was a bit cool, but a beautiful day for a drive in the country. We had celebrated our daughter's big birthday the night before, so here are a couple of shots from the party:
My three children, Heidi, Angel and Randy 
 Army Nurse Friends
My baby and me

It is really hard to take a picture that captures the beauty of the bluebonnets and the Indian Paintbrush.

If you look off into the distance, you can get a feel for how beautiful the bluebonnets are along the road. And here's a closeup.
We stopped at one of those "historical markers" along the road and found a sign directing us to a little cemetery. Six Mile School and Cemetery Click to learn more about it.
We wondered where they were measuring the six miles, but found out it is six miles from the town of Llano TX. We love exploring, so walked into the fenced area.

One of the first monuments we saw was this sad one for a child, less than two.

The cemetery grounds were a sea of bluebonnets surrounding all the gravesites.

We drove into the city for an ice cream, and this is the courthouse in Llano. Texas courthouses are all very unique.

Joining in today with Willy Nilly Friday 5 and Five on Friday. Thanks for hosting!

Linda Kay
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