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Water Gardens, Fort Worth, Texas. My grandmother took me there when it opened. What great memories. She taught me about all the Fort Worth landmarks. She worked as a seamstress for Neiman-Marcus for 33 years and in her elder years volunteered at the Stockyards Museum. She was a wonderful woman and loved her home of Ft. Worth, Texas.

Water Gardens, Fort Worth, Texas-first time I even saw this was in the movie "Logan's Run".I went there often when I lived in Dallas

The Flatiron Building; Houston Street at West 9th, Fort Worth, Texas. At the time it was built, it was considered to be a very tall building at 7 stories and merchants were complaining about the shadow that it would cast.

Kincaid's Hamburgers - Camp Bowie - Fort Worth, Texas - BEST hamburgers!

Courthouse - Fort Worth, TX = like the capitol in Austin - this is a beautiful building. There is a book just showing all of the wonderful architecture of Texas Courthouse

Ft. Worth Botanical Gardens......This is just an absolutely gorgeous public garden. Takes several days to see it all!

Fort Worth Botanical Garden, Fort Worth, Texas. I loved visiting the waterfalls and walking along all the flowery pathways. Originally pinned by Peggy Hawkes onto Where I've Been!

Fort Worth, Texas [A city I more than likely will be getting to know well as my mom and I may be/should be moving some time next year.]

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