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San Saba, Texas: The Wedding Oak

Oak tree, supposedly 1,000 years old, growing on the shoulder of a rural road. Popular spot for weddings in days of yore. Part of it collapsed in 2017, not on a wedding.Historical marker.

China Creek Rd, San Saba, TX
From the west side of downtown on US-190 turn north at the gas station/supermarket onto Lafayette St. Drive until the street ends. Turn left at the stop sign onto China Creek Rd. Drive three-quarters of a mile. You'll see the Oak on the right.
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Historical marker.

Wedding Oak

Very large old oak tree. Historical marker on site.

[David, 10/07/2020]

According to local lore, weddings were performed beneath its branches long before white settlers arrived. One of the tree's main limbs collapsed onto the adjacent road in 2017. Keep that in mind the next time you fantasize about getting married under a 1,000-year-old tree.

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