I noticed a church on my way to the cathedral so I stopped and took photos
Then to the Cathedral in downtown San Antonio
San Antonio also has an impressive Basilica.
I took the advice of my loyal blog followers and wandered out to the little town of Freericksburg, Texas in search of a "painted church". Fredericksburg is an odd little town out in the hill country of central Texas. They have the Museum of the Pacific there - I looked around, but never did find the Pacific in central Texas. Someone told me that Admiral Nimitz was from the area, thus the museum - of course they may have just been messing with a tourist. The church was very impressive for a small town. It reminded me of the churches in Mercer county or in southern Indiana. Those Germans make nice churches.
Then up to Austin to the Cathedral
Day 7 - Up to Fort Worth and the land of horrible traffic and the very worst type of people - Cowboy Fans. The sacrifices that I make to get the pictures.
Dallas Cathedral was closed which is ok because there was no parking anywhere. So on over to Tyler, Texas.
Then back over to Louisiana to cover the northern part of the state - Shreveport, Natchitoches, and Alexandria
I am now somewhere in northern Louisiana - to be honest I am really not sure - somewhere in the woods - kinda like the woods that you always see in horror films. I am off to Little Rock tomorrow - hopefully. I am now at 3079 miles, 6 states, assorted animals (saw a dead armadillo today), 31 churches of various types. I am also going on about 5 hours of sleep per night so I am going to bed.