San Marcos, Texas
Pretty Aqua-miss entertains attentive audience during her underwater picnic act presented by Submarine Theatre. Friendly fish are also fascinated.
When I was a kid, I used to go here all of the time. It is no longer an amusement park and now serves as an educational center. I haven’t been back since 1997, which was after the amusement park parts were shut down but before a lot of stuff was redone. I’d like to go back and see what it is like now.
This building… It is so familiar. It has been used on the cover art for an album right? What album is that? I want to listen to it now. But I can’t recall the album at this moment, so I’ll just listen to the reissue of All Hail West Texas again because it has a song on it called “Waco.”
Manzanita Spring and Nipple Hill
Guadalupe Mountains National Park,
Nipple hill, how glorious and perky 🎀
This is from one of those parts of Texas I’ve never been to. I’ve lived in this state my whole life, but haven’t been to many places in it. That fact makes me sad.
Source: Flickr / jb10okiefwpp
I was born here, but I don’t say “y’all.” I’ve tried and it felt unnatural and weird. Must be because my dad is from California (oh, yes, he is one of “the enemies” or whatever).
I just realized I currently live less than five miles from the hospital in which I was born. How common is that?