History in Seminole Canyon

I took a tour through south Texas a few weeks ago and visited areas of the state I’ve never seen. What an incredible experience!

Living in Texas for a little over 50 years, one would think I would have known about the incredible history of Seminole Canyon State Park near the tiny town of Comstock. Did you know the canyon is home to more than 200 American Indian rock paintings, drawn more than 3,000 years ago? Amazing!

I snapped a number of shots. If you haven’t been to this area of Texas, take the time to visit. So worth it!IMG_5697.JPGIMG_5698.JPGIMG_5699.JPGIMG_5700.JPG

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IMG_5706.JPGFor more information about Seminole Canyon State Park, visit http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks/seminole-canyon.

Safe travels!

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Categories: America, History, Photography, Texan, Texas, Travel Texas

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2 replies

  1. Seminole Canyon is one place the Crazy Train hasn’t been yet, and we are dying to go! Thanks for the post– this motivates me to get the kids ready for another road trip, and since 2 of them were born in Seminole Florida, I think we NEED to go!

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