And I should say...the place is not small. Just smaller than I expected. It was VERY peaceful. We saw the place where the Texas Constitution was signed, saw the place where a ferry crossing existed, saw the museum and saw the living history farm. I expected to learn a lot about the people who wrote the Texas Constitution and what happened during that event. I felt like I came away with more of a view of what the general population's life was like at that time rather than what happened during the signing. Maybe we missed that part (we got moved along by a school group at one point). We were there on a week day, so there was not too much going on at the farm. We did get to speak to a couple of "citizens" of the farm. They were very informative and it is obvious that this is set up to be a place of "yes". Yes, you can go open the smokehouse door. Yes, you can walk around the outside of fence to get closer to the oxen. One no...the bluebonnets. Had a hard time finding a spot to take pics that did not say stay out. We were told copperhead snakes were out and to be careful. The museum was full of artifacts from the time period.
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