The journey of the historic trees of Texas has reached the Alamo. More than a museum, the Alamo is a state shrine and a national treasure. For this reason, it is preserved in spectacular fashion. The old mission abounds in fascinating exhibits, dioramas, recreations, artifacts, gifts, and now the book, “Living Witness: Historic Trees of Texas.” The grounds are beautifully decorated with lovely trees, cactus and various native plants to set the mood. It doesn’t take much effort to project yourself back through the centuries the old mission has seen. The influence of Spain and Mexico across Texas can be experienced deeply here. It is an honor to have Living Witness featured in this moving place. A trip to the Alamo won’t cost you any admission and you are guaranteed to leave a little richer and wiser.