The first one was pretty elusive but I finally found it up on the porch of Brewster's Pizza. "Bootster's Pizza" Artist: Jordyn Collie.
"Cacti Sunset" Artist: Channe Felton This was hidden down the driveway at Mountain View Lodge
"Rivers of Faith" Artist: Loyal White Off the main road in front of Wimberley United Methodist Church.
Another one hidden off the road at Blair House Inn "Art Inn Texas" Artist: Denice Calley
"Bootiful Hill Country" Artist: Rosemary & James Barta
Definitely different......"Body Bootiful" Artist: Shelley Esser
This one was hard to get a good photo as it is in front of Cypress Creek Café/Buzzard Bar and they had a fire so it was fenced off. "Homegrown Music" Artist: David Richardson
"Bootleggers" Artist: Dan Moore
"The Wild West" Artist: Tiffany O'Neill Huff
Another hard to find one......"Texas Music Lives" Artist: Hector Garcia
And then there was a lovely lunch at Inoz on the patio. A light breeze, some shade, and lots of visiting along with good food and huge glasses for cold drinks.
"Hill Country Birds" Artist: Doug Hiser
"Cactus and Lace" Artist: Mark Hufford
"Bountiful Boot" Artist: Rosemary and James Barta
"Weekends with Grandpa" Artist: Dan Moore
"Hill Country Landscapes" Artist: Carolyn Pittman
"Layers" Artist: Chrys Grummert
"After Midnight" Artist: Tony Sansevero
"Cotton-eyed Koi" Artist: Rozi Turnbull
"Pleasant Wimberley" Artist: Jic Clubb
Well, I ran out of time but I haven't run out of Boots yet. I think I have 15 more to find....unless they add more art, lol. I drove a long ways on River Road and didn't find "Bootscooting to the Chapel" at the Old Glory Ranch. So that one and the other 14 will have to wait until another trip. To see the first group of Boots, check out "Bootscooting Across Wimberley". What other towns do you know have artistic symbols? I know San Angelo, Texas has Sheep.