While in Kerrville we have done some sightseeing. Paul and Marsha Weaver told us about Copper Cactus which is a unique place. Kind of an artsy shop that has a couple vacation rentals. The exterior show some of the artsy stuff.
A boat that is a vacation rental.
We also visited Stonehenge II.
There also are some Easter Island figures.
Stonehenge II is located at the Hill Country Arts Association grounds and includes an outdoor sculpture garden.
We had a great sightseeing and foodie experience at Camp Verde General Store (more on the foodie experience later).
The general store at Camp Verde along the banks of the Verde Creek was first established in 1857. The present two story structure was built in 1900 after a flood swept away the original building.
The store is a great shopping experience. For our Kansas City area followers you can consider Camp Verde General Store as similar to, but smaller than Cockrell Mercantile, but with a great restaurant and US Post Office on a beautiful site. We will be back for more shopping, sightseeing and great food whenever we are in the area.
We hope to do more sightseeing on our next visit this winter.
Till next time,
Bob and Jo