Things to do in San Angelo, TX

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Fountains on the Concho River, San Angelo, Texas.

Mosaic Beetle - San Angelo , Texas by jphall

Mosaic Beetle, San Angelo, Texas is part of the city's Art in Uncommon Places - by jphall

Concho River...San Angelo Texas--I ran a Girl Scout nighttime week long summer camp utilizing the river

San Angelo Texas--I ran a Girl Scout nighttime week long summer camp utilizing the river

San Angelo, Texas.  Very like the strip mall where the Home Cooking Cafe and Thelma Sue's is located.

Very like the strip mall where the Home Cooking Cafe and Thelma Sue's is located.

Fort Concho National Historic Site near San Angelo, Texas;  Photos courtesy Barclay Gibson

Headquarters building of Fort Concho National Historic Site in San Angelo, Texas. The frontier fort operated from 1867 until 1889 and housed 400 - 500 Army personnel at its busiest.

International Waterlily Collection San Angelo, Texas

Greetings from the International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society's annual symposium! This conference takes place in a different locat.

Concho River pearls at near San Angelo, TX.  Photograph by Kevin Stillman. See in Texas Highways Magazine.

Concho River pearls at near San Angelo, TX. Photograph by Kevin Stillman. See in Texas Highways Magazine.

Lone Wolf Bridge, San Angelo, Texas - A pedestrian bridge that nobody uses.  Complete waste of money.

Lone Wolf Bridge, San Angelo Texas- a pedestrian bridge that no one uses. except geocachers.

Eggemeyer's General Store in San Angelo, Texas.

Eggemeyer's General Store in San Angelo, Texas. An amazing array of merchandise.

"Blood lake, Texas" - OC Fisher Reservoir,  San Angelo State Park is the result of Chromatiaceae bacteria that thrive in oxygen-depleted water, which is increasing due to drought in Texas

"Blood lake, Texas" - OC Fisher Reservoir, San Angelo State Park is the result of Chromatiaceae bacteria that thrive in oxygen-depleted water, which is increasing due to drought in Texas

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