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Camp County Courthouse
126 Church St, Pittsburg, TX. 
The Texas Legislature created Camp County from the northern part of Upshur County in 1874, and voters chose Pittsburg as their county seat. The county built its first courthouse in 1881. As Pittsburg grew, the two-story brick edifice became too small for the county's needs, and in 1928 commissioners hired the Paris, Texas architectural firm of Smith and Praeger to design a new house of justice. Contractors Wentzel and Wood received the contract for the construction, which was completed in December 1928. The Classical Revival courts building features a stepped parapet, flat arched windows and Corinthian columns. Today, the courthouse remains a central part of life in Camp County. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 2004

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Camp County Courthouse 126 Church St, Pittsburg, TX. The Texas Legislature created Camp County from the northern part of Upshur County in 1874, and voters chose Pittsburg as their county seat. The county built its first courthouse in 1881. As Pittsburg grew, the two-story brick edifice became too small for the county's needs, and in 1928 commissioners hired the Paris, Texas architectural firm of Smith and Praeger to design a new house of justice. Contractors Wentzel and Wood received the contract for the construction, which was completed in December 1928. The Classical Revival courts building features a stepped parapet, flat arched windows and Corinthian columns. Today, the courthouse remains a central part of life in Camp County. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 2004 #CampCounty  #PittsburgTx  #PittsburgTexas  #CampCountyCourthouse  #texascourthouses  #ig_tx  #courthouses  #exploretexas  #traveltexas  #texasphotographer  #classicalrevival  #columns 
Camp County Courthouse
126 Church St, Pittsburg, TX. 
The Texas Legislature created Camp County from the northern part of Upshur County in 1874, and voters chose Pittsburg as their county seat. The county built its first courthouse in 1881. As Pittsburg grew, the two-story brick edifice became too small for the county's needs, and in 1928 commissioners hired the Paris, Texas architectural firm of Smith and Praeger to design a new house of justice. Contractors Wentzel and Wood received the contract for the construction, which was completed in December 1928. The Classical Revival courts building features a stepped parapet, flat arched windows and Corinthian columns. Today, the courthouse remains a central part of life in Camp County. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 2004

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Camp County Courthouse 126 Church St, Pittsburg, TX. The Texas Legislature created Camp County from the northern part of Upshur County in 1874, and voters chose Pittsburg as their county seat. The county built its first courthouse in 1881. As Pittsburg grew, the two-story brick edifice became too small for the county's needs, and in 1928 commissioners hired the Paris, Texas architectural firm of Smith and Praeger to design a new house of justice. Contractors Wentzel and Wood received the contract for the construction, which was completed in December 1928. The Classical Revival courts building features a stepped parapet, flat arched windows and Corinthian columns. Today, the courthouse remains a central part of life in Camp County. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 2004 #CampCounty  #PittsburgTx  #PittsburgTexas  #CampCountyCourthouse  #texascourthouses  #ig_tx  #courthouses  #exploretexas  #traveltexas  #texasphotographer  #classicalrevival 
No Name Thursday
To see more angles of this beautiful house go to the photographer's gallery. Thanks for tagging #archi_ologie 
@Regranned from @historic_texas -  The Abernathy House
406 Quitman St., Pittsburg, TX. 
David Harper Abernathy was born in 1858 in Arkansas. He moved with his family to Pittsburg, Texas in 1864. After learning business in Nashville, Tennessee, David returned to help run his father’s dry goods store. He was a major leader in town and was heavily involved in the Methodist Church. This house was built for the Abernathy family in 1896 by Catalogue Architect George F. Barber of Knoxville, Tennessee. It is a two story Queen Anne-Style home, with a front gable. The original front door is intact and much of the interior has remained unchanged. The House was expanded and modified after WWII. The house is a reminder of a century of the influential Abernathy family. 
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No Name Thursday To see more angles of this beautiful house go to the photographer's gallery. Thanks for tagging #archi_ologie  @Regranned from @historic_texas - The Abernathy House 406 Quitman St., Pittsburg, TX. David Harper Abernathy was born in 1858 in Arkansas. He moved with his family to Pittsburg, Texas in 1864. After learning business in Nashville, Tennessee, David returned to help run his father’s dry goods store. He was a major leader in town and was heavily involved in the Methodist Church. This house was built for the Abernathy family in 1896 by Catalogue Architect George F. Barber of Knoxville, Tennessee. It is a two story Queen Anne-Style home, with a front gable. The original front door is intact and much of the interior has remained unchanged. The House was expanded and modified after WWII. The house is a reminder of a century of the influential Abernathy family. RTHL-2015 #CampCounty  #PittsburgTx  #PittsburgTexas  #EastTexas  #ExploreTexas  #casasecasarios2  #casasecasarios  #oldhouselove  #oldhome  #houseportrait  #architecturephotography  #architectur  #archi_ologie  #architecturelovers  #TexasHomes  #Victorian  #QueenAnne  #GeorgeBarber  #GeorgeFBarber  #CatalogueHouse  #VictorianHouse  #texasvictorianarchitecture  - #regrann 
The Abernathy House
406 Quitman St., Pittsburg, TX. 
David Harper Abernathy was born in 1858 in Arkansas. He moved with his family to Pittsburg, Texas in 1864. After learning business in Nashville, Tennessee, David returned to help run his father’s dry goods store. He was a major leader in town and was heavily involved in the Methodist Church. This house was built for the Abernathy family in 1896 by Catalogue Architect George F. Barber of Knoxville, Tennessee. It is a two story Queen Anne-Style home, with a front gable. The original front door is intact and much of the interior has remained unchanged. The House was expanded and modified after WWII. The house is a reminder of a century of the influential Abernathy family. 
RTHL-2015

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The Abernathy House 406 Quitman St., Pittsburg, TX. David Harper Abernathy was born in 1858 in Arkansas. He moved with his family to Pittsburg, Texas in 1864. After learning business in Nashville, Tennessee, David returned to help run his father’s dry goods store. He was a major leader in town and was heavily involved in the Methodist Church. This house was built for the Abernathy family in 1896 by Catalogue Architect George F. Barber of Knoxville, Tennessee. It is a two story Queen Anne-Style home, with a front gable. The original front door is intact and much of the interior has remained unchanged. The House was expanded and modified after WWII. The house is a reminder of a century of the influential Abernathy family. RTHL-2015 #CampCounty  #PittsburgTx  #PittsburgTexas  #EastTexas  #ExploreTexas  #casasecasarios2  #casasecasarios  #oldhouselove  #oldhome  #houseportrait  #architecturephotography  #architectur  #archi_ologie  #architecturelovers  #TexasHomes  #Victorian  #QueenAnne  #GeorgeBarber  #GeorgeFBarber  #CatalogueHouse  #VictorianHouse  #texasvictorianarchitecture 
The Abernathy House
406 Quitman St., Pittsburg, TX. 
David Harper Abernathy was born in 1858 in Arkansas. He moved with his family to Pittsburg, Texas in 1864. After learning business in Nashville, Tennessee, David returned to help run his father’s dry goods store. He was a major leader in town and was heavily involved in the Methodist Church. This house was built for the Abernathy family in 1896 by Catalogue Architect George F. Barber of Knoxville, Tennessee. It is a two story Queen Anne-Style home, with a front gable. The original front door is intact and much of the interior has remained unchanged. The House was expanded and modified after WWII. The house is a reminder of a century of the influential Abernathy family. 
RTHL-2015

#CampCounty #PittsburgTx #PittsburgTexas #EastTexas #ExploreTexas #casasecasarios2 #casasecasarios #oldhouselove #oldhome #houseportrait #architecturephotography #architectur #archi_ologie #architecturelovers #TexasHomes #Victorian #QueenAnne #GeorgeBarber #GeorgeFBarber #CatalogueHouse #VictorianHouse #texasvictorianarchitecture
The Abernathy House 406 Quitman St., Pittsburg, TX. David Harper Abernathy was born in 1858 in Arkansas. He moved with his family to Pittsburg, Texas in 1864. After learning business in Nashville, Tennessee, David returned to help run his father’s dry goods store. He was a major leader in town and was heavily involved in the Methodist Church. This house was built for the Abernathy family in 1896 by Catalogue Architect George F. Barber of Knoxville, Tennessee. It is a two story Queen Anne-Style home, with a front gable. The original front door is intact and much of the interior has remained unchanged. The House was expanded and modified after WWII. The house is a reminder of a century of the influential Abernathy family. RTHL-2015 #CampCounty  #PittsburgTx  #PittsburgTexas  #EastTexas  #ExploreTexas  #casasecasarios2  #casasecasarios  #oldhouselove  #oldhome  #houseportrait  #architecturephotography  #architectur  #archi_ologie  #architecturelovers  #TexasHomes  #Victorian  #QueenAnne  #GeorgeBarber  #GeorgeFBarber  #CatalogueHouse  #VictorianHouse  #texasvictorianarchitecture 
The Abernathy House
406 Quitman St., Pittsburg, TX. 
David Harper Abernathy was born in 1858 in Arkansas. He moved with his family to Pittsburg, Texas in 1864. After learning business in Nashville, Tennessee, David returned to help run his father’s dry goods store. He was a major leader in town and was heavily involved in the Methodist Church. This house was built for the Abernathy family in 1896 by Catalogue Architect George F. Barber of Knoxville, Tennessee. It is a two story Queen Anne-Style home, with a front gable. The original front door is intact and much of the interior has remained unchanged. The House was expanded and modified after WWII. The house is a reminder of a century of the influential Abernathy family. 
RTHL-2015

#CampCounty #PittsburgTx #PittsburgTexas #EastTexas #ExploreTexas #casasecasarios2 #casasecasarios #oldhouselove #oldhome #houseportrait #architecturephotography #architectur #archi_ologie #architecturelovers #TexasHomes #Victorian #QueenAnne #GeorgeBarber #GeorgeFBarber #CatalogueHouse #VictorianHouse #texasvictorianarchitecture
The Abernathy House 406 Quitman St., Pittsburg, TX. David Harper Abernathy was born in 1858 in Arkansas. He moved with his family to Pittsburg, Texas in 1864. After learning business in Nashville, Tennessee, David returned to help run his father’s dry goods store. He was a major leader in town and was heavily involved in the Methodist Church. This house was built for the Abernathy family in 1896 by Catalogue Architect George F. Barber of Knoxville, Tennessee. It is a two story Queen Anne-Style home, with a front gable. The original front door is intact and much of the interior has remained unchanged. The House was expanded and modified after WWII. The house is a reminder of a century of the influential Abernathy family. RTHL-2015 #CampCounty  #PittsburgTx  #PittsburgTexas  #EastTexas  #ExploreTexas  #casasecasarios2  #casasecasarios  #oldhouselove  #oldhome  #houseportrait  #architecturephotography  #architectur  #archi_ologie  #architecturelovers  #TexasHomes  #Victorian  #QueenAnne  #GeorgeBarber  #GeorgeFBarber  #CatalogueHouse  #VictorianHouse  #texasvictorianarchitecture 
First United Methodist Church
115 Mt Pleasant St., Pittsburg, TX. 
Architect: James Edward Flanders 
Constructed between 1904-1905, the  Pittsburg church is one of the finest extant Flanders Prairie Style churches. 
In the design of the Pittsburg church, the architect seems to have refined his plan further, with a better statement than his previous project three years earlier in Bryan, TX.  The exterior has fewer elaborations and the lines of the building are cleaner and simpler.  The smaller size of the building gives the central tower a more dominant role and the expanded use of the Sullivanesque frieze becomes a major part of the building's exterior appearance. The bricks are a bright ochre color that contrasts with use of the quiet gray/tan tone of the St. Louis pressed brick that the architect used on Trinity, and on many other buildings.  The entry at the base of the tower is unusual with steps on both sides of the portico.  This caused the front belt course to extend and emphasize the horizontal lines more effectively. 
Inside, trapezoidal art glass windows surround the choir gallery and these windows are illuminated by both natural and artificial light. This feature was used by James E. Flanders in a dome in St. John's church in Stamford, Texas and in the Navarro County Courthouse in Corsicana.

RTHL-1976

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First United Methodist Church 115 Mt Pleasant St., Pittsburg, TX. Architect: James Edward Flanders Constructed between 1904-1905, the Pittsburg church is one of the finest extant Flanders Prairie Style churches.  In the design of the Pittsburg church, the architect seems to have refined his plan further, with a better statement than his previous project three years earlier in Bryan, TX.  The exterior has fewer elaborations and the lines of the building are cleaner and simpler.  The smaller size of the building gives the central tower a more dominant role and the expanded use of the Sullivanesque frieze becomes a major part of the building's exterior appearance. The bricks are a bright ochre color that contrasts with use of the quiet gray/tan tone of the St. Louis pressed brick that the architect used on Trinity, and on many other buildings.  The entry at the base of the tower is unusual with steps on both sides of the portico.  This caused the front belt course to extend and emphasize the horizontal lines more effectively. Inside, trapezoidal art glass windows surround the choir gallery and these windows are illuminated by both natural and artificial light. This feature was used by James E. Flanders in a dome in St. John's church in Stamford, Texas and in the Navarro County Courthouse in Corsicana. RTHL-1976 #JamesEFlanders  #JamesEdwardFlanders  #texasphotography  #methodist  #architecturelovers  #archi_ologie  #exploretexas  #VisitTexas  #CampCounty  #PittsburgTx  #PittsburgTexas  #ig_tx  #texas 
First United Methodist Church
115 Mt Pleasant St., Pittsburg, TX. 
Architect: James Edward Flanders 
Constructed between 1904-1905, the  Pittsburg church is one of the finest extant Flanders Prairie Style churches. 
In the design of the Pittsburg church, the architect seems to have refined his plan further, with a better statement than his previous project three years earlier in Bryan, TX.  The exterior has fewer elaborations and the lines of the building are cleaner and simpler.  The smaller size of the building gives the central tower a more dominant role and the expanded use of the Sullivanesque frieze becomes a major part of the building's exterior appearance. The bricks are a bright ochre color that contrasts with use of the quiet gray/tan tone of the St. Louis pressed brick that the architect used on Trinity, and on many other buildings.  The entry at the base of the tower is unusual with steps on both sides of the portico.  This caused the front belt course to extend and emphasize the horizontal lines more effectively. 
Inside, trapezoidal art glass windows surround the choir gallery and these windows are illuminated by both natural and artificial light. This feature was used by James E. Flanders in a dome in St. John's church in Stamford, Texas and in the Navarro County Courthouse in Corsicana.

RTHL-1976

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First United Methodist Church 115 Mt Pleasant St., Pittsburg, TX. Architect: James Edward Flanders Constructed between 1904-1905, the Pittsburg church is one of the finest extant Flanders Prairie Style churches.  In the design of the Pittsburg church, the architect seems to have refined his plan further, with a better statement than his previous project three years earlier in Bryan, TX.  The exterior has fewer elaborations and the lines of the building are cleaner and simpler.  The smaller size of the building gives the central tower a more dominant role and the expanded use of the Sullivanesque frieze becomes a major part of the building's exterior appearance. The bricks are a bright ochre color that contrasts with use of the quiet gray/tan tone of the St. Louis pressed brick that the architect used on Trinity, and on many other buildings.  The entry at the base of the tower is unusual with steps on both sides of the portico.  This caused the front belt course to extend and emphasize the horizontal lines more effectively. Inside, trapezoidal art glass windows surround the choir gallery and these windows are illuminated by both natural and artificial light. This feature was used by James E. Flanders in a dome in St. John's church in Stamford, Texas and in the Navarro County Courthouse in Corsicana. RTHL-1976 #JamesEFlanders  #JamesEdwardFlanders  #texasphotography  #methodist  #architecturelovers  #archi_ologie  #exploretexas  #VisitTexas  #CampCounty  #PittsburgTx  #PittsburgTexas  #ig_tx  #texas 
First United Methodist Church
115 Mt Pleasant St., Pittsburg, TX. 
Architect: James Edward Flanders 
Constructed between 1904-1905, the  Pittsburg church is one of the finest extant Flanders Prairie Style churches. 
In the design of the Pittsburg church, the architect seems to have refined his plan further, with a better statement than his previous project three years earlier in Bryan, TX.  The exterior has fewer elaborations and the lines of the building are cleaner and simpler.  The smaller size of the building gives the central tower a more dominant role and the expanded use of the Sullivanesque frieze becomes a major part of the building's exterior appearance. The bricks are a bright ochre color that contrasts with use of the quiet gray/tan tone of the St. Louis pressed brick that the architect used on Trinity, and on many other buildings.  The entry at the base of the tower is unusual with steps on both sides of the portico.  This caused the front belt course to extend and emphasize the horizontal lines more effectively. 
Inside, trapezoidal art glass windows surround the choir gallery and these windows are illuminated by both natural and artificial light. This feature was used by James E. Flanders in a dome in St. John's church in Stamford, Texas and in the Navarro County Courthouse in Corsicana.

RTHL-1976

#JamesEFlanders #JamesEdwardFlanders
#texasphotography #methodist #architecturelovers #archi_ologie #exploretexas #VisitTexas #CampCounty #PittsburgTx #PittsburgTexas #ig_tx #texas
First United Methodist Church 115 Mt Pleasant St., Pittsburg, TX. Architect: James Edward Flanders Constructed between 1904-1905, the Pittsburg church is one of the finest extant Flanders Prairie Style churches.  In the design of the Pittsburg church, the architect seems to have refined his plan further, with a better statement than his previous project three years earlier in Bryan, TX.  The exterior has fewer elaborations and the lines of the building are cleaner and simpler.  The smaller size of the building gives the central tower a more dominant role and the expanded use of the Sullivanesque frieze becomes a major part of the building's exterior appearance. The bricks are a bright ochre color that contrasts with use of the quiet gray/tan tone of the St. Louis pressed brick that the architect used on Trinity, and on many other buildings.  The entry at the base of the tower is unusual with steps on both sides of the portico.  This caused the front belt course to extend and emphasize the horizontal lines more effectively. Inside, trapezoidal art glass windows surround the choir gallery and these windows are illuminated by both natural and artificial light. This feature was used by James E. Flanders in a dome in St. John's church in Stamford, Texas and in the Navarro County Courthouse in Corsicana. RTHL-1976 #JamesEFlanders  #JamesEdwardFlanders  #texasphotography  #methodist  #architecturelovers  #archi_ologie  #exploretexas  #VisitTexas  #CampCounty  #PittsburgTx  #PittsburgTexas  #ig_tx  #texas 
First United Methodist Church
115 Mt Pleasant St., Pittsburg, TX. 
Architect: James Edward Flanders 
Constructed between 1904-1905, the  Pittsburg church is one of the finest extant Flanders Prairie Style churches. 
In the design of the Pittsburg church, the architect seems to have refined his plan further, with a better statement than his previous project three years earlier in Bryan, TX.  The exterior has fewer elaborations and the lines of the building are cleaner and simpler.  The smaller size of the building gives the central tower a more dominant role and the expanded use of the Sullivanesque frieze becomes a major part of the building's exterior appearance. The bricks are a bright ochre color that contrasts with use of the quiet gray/tan tone of the St. Louis pressed brick that the architect used on Trinity, and on many other buildings.  The entry at the base of the tower is unusual with steps on both sides of the portico.  This caused the front belt course to extend and emphasize the horizontal lines more effectively. 
Inside, trapezoidal art glass windows surround the choir gallery and these windows are illuminated by both natural and artificial light. This feature was used by James E. Flanders in a dome in St. John's church in Stamford, Texas and in the Navarro County Courthouse in Corsicana.

RTHL-1976

#JamesEFlanders #JamesEdwardFlanders
#texasphotography #methodist #architecturelovers #archi_ologie #exploretexas #VisitTexas #CampCounty #PittsburgTx #PittsburgTexas #ig_tx #texas
First United Methodist Church 115 Mt Pleasant St., Pittsburg, TX. Architect: James Edward Flanders Constructed between 1904-1905, the Pittsburg church is one of the finest extant Flanders Prairie Style churches.  In the design of the Pittsburg church, the architect seems to have refined his plan further, with a better statement than his previous project three years earlier in Bryan, TX.  The exterior has fewer elaborations and the lines of the building are cleaner and simpler.  The smaller size of the building gives the central tower a more dominant role and the expanded use of the Sullivanesque frieze becomes a major part of the building's exterior appearance. The bricks are a bright ochre color that contrasts with use of the quiet gray/tan tone of the St. Louis pressed brick that the architect used on Trinity, and on many other buildings.  The entry at the base of the tower is unusual with steps on both sides of the portico.  This caused the front belt course to extend and emphasize the horizontal lines more effectively. Inside, trapezoidal art glass windows surround the choir gallery and these windows are illuminated by both natural and artificial light. This feature was used by James E. Flanders in a dome in St. John's church in Stamford, Texas and in the Navarro County Courthouse in Corsicana. RTHL-1976 #JamesEFlanders  #JamesEdwardFlanders  #texasphotography  #methodist  #architecturelovers  #archi_ologie  #exploretexas  #VisitTexas  #CampCounty  #PittsburgTx  #PittsburgTexas  #ig_tx  #texas 
#WildlifeWednesday at Green Acres Ranch in #campcounty Texas!
Did you know: Mother whitetail deer hide their young in vegetation and return 4-5 times a day to nurse.  Fawns release a high-pitch squeal, known as a bleat, to call their mothers. All mothers can relate to this! 
Green Acres is the place to be!
#greenacres #wildlife #whitetaildeer #texasranch #landforsale #114acres #easttexas #hrcranch
#throwbackthursday at Reeves Chapel Ranch! 
If these walls could talk, they would probably sing Amazing Grace.  This historical chapel located near Reeves Chapel Ranch still stands today. 
#justsold #tbt #texashistory #reeveschapel #leesburgtexas #ranchlife #farmlife #agriculture #historicalhome #HRCranch #caseyberely #campcounty #countrychurch
Shout out to this cutie for jumping in and helping serve her fellow Camp County EMS! It National EMS week!! Much gratitude for your service, long nights and dedication to our community! #ems #nationalemsweek #community #service #grateful #pittsburg #campcounty #texas #mainstreetmarket
Back in the office today, but it looks like someone beat me to it. #ranchlife #hortenstineranchcompany #landforsale #campcounty
As a view from the back of a pub this ain't bad #fitzgeraldsthejunctionbar #campcounty #kerry #ireland
Most happy feet! What are your Labor Day plans? Show me your plans by tagging your photos with the #dallastrendstx hashtag. I might do a surprise giveaway! #likes #love #dallas #texas #dallasblogger #travelblogger #dfw #dtx #shoplvx #🌊
It's been fun. It's been real. It's been real fun! On our way home early. We had too much fun, and can barely move anymore. See y'all soon! #likes #love #travel #travelblogger #dallastrends #trendydallas #dallas #dfw #texas #pets #dogs #🐶 #🐕
Every ones at LRMC #tigerems #campcounty #LFD
Very excited about my next set of workshops with our public library! We will be learning how to access all the programs the library offers on our mobile devices. #pittsburgtx #campcounty #libraryservices
Very excited about my next set of workshops with our public library! We will be learning how to access all the programs the library offers on our mobile devices. #pittsburgtx  #campcounty  #libraryservices 
Camp County Courthouse, built in 1928, is boxy and bland but for some reason appealed to me, i visited on a tuesday and while it was open there was not a sole in the place!! #campcounty #campcountycourthouse #pittsburgtx #mainstreet #igtexas #txig #texas_ig #visittexas #jeffersontrip #easttx #texascourthouses
Courthouse grounds in Pittsburg, i bet its lovely in the spring! #pittsburgtx #easttx #jeffersontrip #mainstreet #igtexas #texas_ig #txig #visittexas #campcounty #texascourthouses
Take this visual note from @lainer67 and head to Lake Bob Sandlin in Pittsburg, Texas this weekend.

It's a great park with a beautiful lake and it's - Fort Sherman Days this weekend. Tons of Texas History for your inner nerd - Caddo displays, re-enactments & some good ol' chuck wagon cookin.

Sandlin is in Pittsburg, TX about 10 miles SW of Mount Pleasant. 2 hrs from Dallas & Shreveport. 2.5 h from Fort Worth & 1 h from Texarkana. 
http://goo.gl/PZ2DSR
Take this visual note from @lainer67 and head to Lake Bob Sandlin in Pittsburg, Texas this weekend. It's a great park with a beautiful lake and it's - Fort Sherman Days this weekend. Tons of Texas History for your inner nerd - Caddo displays, re-enactments & some good ol' chuck wagon cookin. Sandlin is in Pittsburg, TX about 10 miles SW of Mount Pleasant. 2 hrs from Dallas & Shreveport. 2.5 h from Fort Worth & 1 h from Texarkana. http://goo.gl/PZ2DSR
This shot of Lake Cypress Springs bathed in amber light is a welcome sight for these East Texas eyes. 
Many thanks to our photo friend - Charles Wright for sharing his talent with us. 
Lake Cypress Springs is 15 miles northwest of Pittsburg, Texas in Franklin County. It's just beautiful this time of year...Oh, and they have a wine festival coming up in May. Check it out: Pittsburg Art & Wine Festival
This shot of Lake Cypress Springs bathed in amber light is a welcome sight for these East Texas eyes. Many thanks to our photo friend - Charles Wright for sharing his talent with us. Lake Cypress Springs is 15 miles northwest of Pittsburg, Texas in Franklin County. It's just beautiful this time of year...Oh, and they have a wine festival coming up in May. Check it out: Pittsburg Art & Wine Festival
Today's moment of east Texas goodness was taken at Lake O' the Pines by @gavtek303. 
Lake O Pines is a great hideaway On Big Cypress Creek in the Cypress River Basin, 25 miles northeast of Longview in Marion, Morris, Upshur, and Camp counties.
Today's moment of east Texas goodness was taken at Lake O' the Pines by @gavtek303. Lake O Pines is a great hideaway On Big Cypress Creek in the Cypress River Basin, 25 miles northeast of Longview in Marion, Morris, Upshur, and Camp counties.
East Texas Fun- All a boy really needs to be happy is a stick and a big puddle. 
Many thanks to @maranayd for sharing this sweet shot of her family in Pittsburg, Texas -- Camp County.

If you are looking for a charming place to take your fam - head to Pittsburg. Feb 22 is Kids Fishing Day at the city park pond. And it's FREE! 
Check em out: pittsburgtexas.com
East Texas Fun- All a boy really needs to be happy is a stick and a big puddle. Many thanks to @maranayd for sharing this sweet shot of her family in Pittsburg, Texas -- Camp County. If you are looking for a charming place to take your fam - head to Pittsburg. Feb 22 is Kids Fishing Day at the city park pond. And it's FREE! Check em out: pittsburgtexas.com
Gotta love these East Texas sunsets...this one over Lake Bob Sandlin. Many thanks to our photo friend Linda Cortelyou for this amazing shot!

Lake Bob Sandlin State Park is located in Northeast Texas. Titus, Camp, Franklin and Wood Counties. 
Check out more great photos by Linda - www.flickr.com/originalsbylinda & www.flickr.com/txforesttrail

#igtexas #franklincounty #walkercounty #woodcounty #tituscounty #campcounty #lakebobsandlin #easttexas #etx #etxtravel #txforesttrail #snaptexas #pineywoods #ruralamerica #txstparks
Gotta love these East Texas sunsets...this one over Lake Bob Sandlin. Many thanks to our photo friend Linda Cortelyou for this amazing shot! Lake Bob Sandlin State Park is located in Northeast Texas. Titus, Camp, Franklin and Wood Counties. Check out more great photos by Linda - www.flickr.com/originalsbylinda & www.flickr.com/txforesttrail #igtexas  #franklincounty  #walkercounty  #woodcounty  #tituscounty  #campcounty  #lakebobsandlin  #easttexas  #etx  #etxtravel  #txforesttrail  #snaptexas  #pineywoods  #ruralamerica  #txstparks 
This is the life.... A toasty fire by the lake in Pittsburg - Camp County - Texas. 
Thank you to our new photo friend Brooke Thrasher @brookethrash for this perfect east Texas moment. 
Don't forget head to Main Street Pittsburg today. The Tree Lighting begins at 4:30 pm in Pendergrass Park.

And, don't forget when traveling Texas- Shop Small - locally owned businesses keep the Piney Woods alive.
This is the life.... A toasty fire by the lake in Pittsburg - Camp County - Texas. Thank you to our new photo friend Brooke Thrasher @brookethrash for this perfect east Texas moment. Don't forget head to Main Street Pittsburg today. The Tree Lighting begins at 4:30 pm in Pendergrass Park. And, don't forget when traveling Texas- Shop Small - locally owned businesses keep the Piney Woods alive.
Rescue horse is looking good!! She was so skinny and malnourished when we got her.  Yay! #east texas #rescue horse
Rescue horse is looking good!! She was so skinny and malnourished when we got her. Yay! #east  texas #rescue  horse