Jan 15 2010
As my readers know, we like to take the back roads when we travel. Sometimes this means turning off a kind-of back road onto what is really a back road. It’s all part of the adventure.
On our day driving in Texas Hill Country (which wasn’t nearly enough time to spend there), we spotted a sign that said “Historical Marker ahead.” Always game to stop and snap a photo of a historic marker, we turned off the road, and then saw the sign: Polly’s Chapel–3 miles.
Since the aim of our day was to see the countryside, we kept going.
It was perhaps one of the most interesting and picturesque three-mile stretches I’ve driven.
You never know what you’re going to find when you venture down a back road, but if you have your eyes open, you’ll almost always find something interesting.