Yes, it was hot. It was 96 by the time we finished. We had shade but the humidity was high and there was little breeze. Still I'm glad we got out and did it.
There were lots of pretty houses like this one.
Downtown was decorated nicely and the shops were open. It wasn't a ghosttown like some places.
There were lots of others out enjoying the walk.
And we walked across the Worlds Longest Footbridge...
I've reported on the walks after we did them, this time I thought I'd invite everyone out to walk with us.
We walked in Bryan today. We started at 8am when it was 74. It quickly warmed up though. We had some shade and an occasional breeze. Bryan is an interesting town with lots of history.
This "Astin Mansion" was built in 1901. it was bought by a man named Porter in 1946 and he made some changes to it. Very nice!
We passed four or five of this decorated locomotives placed around town.
The park was decorated for the 4th of July celebration.
There is another park that has a "Presidential Walk" with plaques. Unfortunately, some vandals have messed some of them up.
We hiked around the east section of the lake from Congress Ave to Pleasant Valley.
I decided to just post the blog link and you can go over and see all the pictures.