Hill Country History: Boerne Walking Tours

Saturday I had the opportunity to experience an evening with Boerne Walking Tours. I attended the tour with several other Boerne locals who wanted to get a better grasp on the history of the area.

The tour was run by Dayna (pictured below), a charismatic host, who kept our excursion light and fun as well as historically informative.

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Our tour guide Dayna giving us our introductory information.
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Tour guides Dayna and Sally lead the way!

 

 

The tour began with the Dienger building and continued on a loop of Main Street.

 

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Dayna kept things on tour fun and informative.
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Take the tour to see why the concrete blocks are so interesting!

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We get the chance to learn about the ghoulish happening that are said to occur in many spots in town.

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An original STOP sign!

 

 

Whether you are a local or just visiting the area, this tour will be a memorable experience that will give you insight into why the City of Boerne is so special.

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The Boerne Blonde

I'm a 26 year old California transplant to the San Antonio/ Hill Country area. Sunday Brunch is my version of church.

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