Our first view of the Mason County Courthouse which dates from 1909.
Vintage movie theater from 1928 has been refurbished and is open again.
Mason county jail built in 1894 of red sandstone.
Mason Bank building.
Carol and Ed posed with statue of Travis and Old Yeller. The author of "Old Yeller" was Fred Gipson who was from Mason.
School constructed in 1887 with stone from the old fort. Served Mason until 1952. It is now a museum.
Bluebonnets are still blooming.
Our first view of the old fort.
Historical marker in front of the old fort.
Marker on the only remaining fort building.
Old bathtub on display inside.
Another fort display.
Small cannon next to the fort.
Flags flying in front of the fort.
View of the courthouse clock from the old fort.
There are a lot of water towers scattered around town.
Beautiful old house.
Another rock water tower.
Anther beautiful old house.
St. Paul's Lutheran Church built 1876.
Veteran's Memorial on a corner of the courthouse square.
A Smithsonian Art Inventory Sculpture on the courthouse lawn.
Another view of the courthouse where you can see the clock (which isn't working).
An old bridge.
Walk curves back and we cross that bridge which is a cement truss from 1918.
Victorian beauty. Italiante Style. On the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1891.
Another look at this beautiful building.
First United Methodist Church built in 1890, remarkable because it isn't made of the signature red sandstone.
F. Hoerster Building circa 1906 on the courthouse square.
Nice mural as we head back toward the Inn where the walk started.