1. Wyndham St. Anthony, San Antonio, November 8-12, 2004.
2. Wyndham St. Anthony, San Antonio. It opened in 1909; additions were added in 1915 and 1941.
3. St. Anthony Lobby, San Antonio.     All photos by Greg Slingerland, except 1, 15, 27 & Roger's.
4. St. Anthony from the Tower of the Americas.
5. The Tower of the Americas from the pool of St. Anthony's.
6. The Tower of the Americas was completed in 1968. To the tip of the antenna it is 750 feet tall.
7. Greg Slingerland at the Tower of the Americas.
8. The Alamo, built in 1744, is the Spanish word for cottonwood.
9. The Alamo is almost as impressive as Greg's real house.
10. Even more photogenic in the evening. It didn't look quite like this on March 6, 1836.
11. The River Walk was designed by Robert Hugman and built between 1939 and 1941.
12. But it took decades of improvements to make it into the unique place we enjoyed.
13. The Arneson River Theatre, great acoustics, no bad seats. We should have had the TR-41 plenary there!
14. Lots of waterfalls. Some restaurants, like Rita's, are under the street. TR41.1 enjoyed lunch in the courtyard.
15. Tailey Tung, Neal King, Joanne McMillen, Joachim Pony, Michael Pirker, Dave Vander Meiden, Kirit Patel & Roger Britt.
16. We organized dinner on a River Walk boat on Tuesday night for 14 people.     Photo 15 by Patty Tung.
17. Faces: Allen Woo, Greg, Joanne, Joachim, Roger, Dave & Ron Magnuson.
18. The shore crew: Randy Ivans, Peter Walsh, Mathew Mulvihill, Scott Roleson (beard), Larry Bell, Tim Lawler.
19. RS: Steve Whitesell, Stephanie Montgomery, Larry Truesdale, Efrain Guevara. Hidden: Bob Young & John Bareham.
20. The captain & Greg. The boat does a quick salad lap & then takes on the main course for a leisurely dinner + history lap.
21. The Market Square, site of a public market for over 100 years, now its shops & restaurants.
22. Some chilies at the market. These were ceramic, but they looked very real.
23. Nice to see the Margarita Man, Ron Magnuson, again. He never leaves home without his custom carrying case.
24. Plan A: web says they open at 9AM, but green sign says 10AM, so we drove around for an hour only to return to new sign!
25. Plan B: never trust a cave named, "Cave Without a Name", but we had our Internet discount coupons, so in we went.
26. View looking up 85 feet to the original entrance, then looking down as Efrain & Joachim descend into the depths!
27. Intrepid spelunkers Roger, Greg, Efrain & Joachim in the room without a name.   Photo by Jennifer Sumner.
28. Gorgeous formations in expansive rooms.
29. The first of several very large rooms.     Photos 26, 29, 30a, 31, 32 & 33RR by Roger Britt.
30. A reflecting pool (same one as in Photo 31) & Texas Bacon (ribbons down the walls).
31. Does not compute! Try turning your monitor upside-down.
32. What happens when you feed Viagra to a cave? Stalagmites, dummy, get your mind out of the Stalactites!
33. Then we tripped over an English car show. First, Greg's wife, Jennifer, wanted the Mini, then the Rolls & then we left!
34. Joachim in a German brew pub in Fredericksburg, Texas. What is wrong with this picture? Nothing!