I'm not sure what I used to take the pictures but if you click them, you can enlarge them.
|This is stop #3 on the map|
I visited two museums here in Waco. One was the Dr. Pepper museum which was above average and worth the stop. The other was the Waco Mammoth National Monument. The mammoth site was less interesting to me mainly because I have stop at a couple of sites such as this one before. I think this will be my last "bones site". I'll let the pictures and captions tell the rest of the story about the two museums.
|The old Dr. Pepper bottling plant|
This campground has been great and is in my top five COE campgrounds. If I pass through the area again, I will stop. There isn't anything special about the campground except for my campsite #11. Any on this little loop are good with a couple of the pull thrus being the best.
Since I'm writing this post while waiting for a break in the rain, I'll just post so campground pictures and call it quits for now.
|The view out Liberty's door. That pull-thru would be the site to have if it is crowded.|
|This is a lot of flood debris around the campground. It must have been a bad flood.|
|Walking around I saw this shot with the dead tree, roots and all, in the foreground with the live one in the background on a little spit of land.|
|A different dead tree but the same live one in the background.|
|One of the two nice sunsets. This is from my campsite. It was nice.|