Our time at the Confederate Reunion Grounds went fast and as time was ending we realized that we had not gotten to all the places we wanted . . . . so it was time for some road trips.
First we headed to Waco to explore as there is so much there that we have not seen - did not get to all of it but did hits some of the places we wanted to. Spend time at the Texas Ranger's Hall of Fame and Museum
Then off to the Suspension Bridge, Riverwalk, Spring Park & Cattle Drive Sculpture and Vietnam Memorial. The suspension bridge was built in 1870 and was for cattle drives crossing the Chisholm Trail. It was the larges suspension bridge built west of the Mississippi at the time it was built. The Riverwalk is on the west side of the river and extends from Baylor University to McLennan Community College via Cameron Park. This area is used for large festival and the big 4th of July on the Brazos each year. The Vietnam Memorial is near the end of the walk and speaks for itself.
Hope we get the chance to check more out another day.