Wichita Falls YRE
06/06/2020

Statue of Liberty at the walk registration.


Horn Toad mural on tire store.


My downtown walk started at the court house.


War Memorial in front of courthouse.


World War I doughboy statue in front of the Municipal Coliseum.


The beautiful coliseum.


Spanish American War Memorial also in front of coliseum.


Our first horse stands in front of the Wichita Falls Police Station.


Police Memorial and flowers on the corner of the police station lot.


Sacred Heart Catholic Church


"Crepe Myrtle" in Harold Jones Park.


Another of the horses placed around town.


St. Paul Lutheran Church


Fire Station has two horses.


Fire Memorial with old bell.


Victorian Home.


Church of the Good Shepherd


First Baptist Church


Kemp Home is now a museum.


New Baptist Church has a unique glass steeple.


"Pixie Eyes"


YMCA


First United Methodist Church


Victorian Home


One of the streets we walked down was lined with Magnolia Trees.


Tin Man and Wichita Truck in the Kemp Center Sculpture Garden.


Mural on the sculpture garden fence.


"Flamenco Dancers"


Purple cone flowers


This one is on loan, it isn't permanent.


"Wild Turkeys"


"Chinese Princess"


Replica of "The Dying Gaul"


Another horse.


Kemp Center was closed. It was originally the Kemp Public Library.


"Vision of the future"


Horse at the newspaper office.


Former Maskat Shrine Temple Building.


1933 Post Office - Federal Courthouse


One of several cute window murals on a vacant building.


Garage door graffiti.


Vintage movie theater now holds live stage performances.


"Art for All" mosaic mural on vacant building.


This one and the next one stand side by side in front of bank.



And we are back where we started at the courthouse.
Distance walked 4.2 miles!