Most of you know I’m in Pennsylvania, and just a bit more behind than usual in posting… hence the Texas posts. I still have Oklahoma posts after I catch up with Texas. Then we’ll be all caught up with the goofy sights. It’s only the cheezy roadside attractions that are behind. Depending on what we do next week, I may or may not delay the post about my visit with the famous fellow blogger. I’m sure he’ll appreciate being publicly linked to a bonkers blond blogger. *snicker*
Now, where were we? Oh right, my last (maybe?) post about Kerrville before moving on to other areas in north Texas….
Kerrville doesn’t have much in the way of cheezy roadside attractions, but it does have a few fun things to see if you find yourself in the area. There is the chalk festival, and The Empty Cross, and the Museum of Western Art.
Museum of Western Art
I love museums and bronze sculptures, and therefore enjoyed the museum. The sculptures were some of the best bronzes I’ve seen in a long time.
The museum has a strict policy on photography – photographs are only allowed in the hallway. These photos are of the pieces in the hallway and outside on the grounds.
Most of my photos turned out fairly well. Can you guess what that means? Slideshow! You’re welcome.
To plan a trip to the Museum of Western Art in Kerrville, Texas, visit their website for times and location.