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Washington on the Brazos State Park Volksmarch

Washington on the Brazos was where Sam Houston and others signed the Texas Declaration of Independence. It was the first capital of the Republic of Texas. It became a state park in 1916. Part of the state park is Barrington Farm which was the home of the Republic of Texas' last President - Anson Jones.

Walk start registration.

Walk starts out along the Brazos River
Due to last night's rain it is running full and muddy.

Walker headed back in as we are heading out.

Signboard at the place where the ferry used to cross the Brazos River.

Walkers enjoying the view of the river..

Walk route continues up a hill away from the river.

Replica of the building where Sam Houston signed the Texas Declaration of Independence.

Replica table, quill pen, ink pot, and candle lantern.

Nice poster at the Visitor's Center.

Walkers coming and going across the top of a dam.

Carol and Ed
Walking in a wooded section.

Walkers stopped to discuss directions.

Roadway lined by wildflowers.

TVA Secretary - Leslie Penton
Posed in the bluebonnets for me.

Barrington Farm.

White Percheron Draft Horse.

Carol petting the horse.

Nice Long Horn Steer.

Ed and Carol.
Leslie in background taking pictures.

Ed and I at park entrance.

Checkpoint at the cemetery.

Store is all that is left of the town.

Carol posed in the field of flowers for me.

Closeup of the flowers.

Volunteers at the finish table.