A few weeks back, Debra asked me a question and I didn't see it. So today I will answer your questions dear.
Where the hell is Seguin in Texas? Is it a big place or a small town? Where did it get its name because it looks French to me.
Well, first off, Seguin is pronounced Sih-geen. Seguin is a small town and the county seat for Guadalupe County Texas. The population is roughly 27,000. We are located about 36 miles East of San Antonio. About 162 miles West of Houston, and 52 miles South of Austin, the Capital of Texas.
Seguin is one of the oldest towns here in Texas. It was established by the Texas Rangers in 1838 and originally called Walnut Springs. Later changed to Seguin in honour of Col. Juan Seguin who is of Hispanic heritage, after the Texas Revolution. He was instrumental in the fight for Texas Independence at the battle of The Alamo. Since he was Mexican, William Travis sent him out of the Alamo as a courier going for reinforcements. Upon reaching Gonzales Texas, he formed a battalion of Hispanic fighters that fought in the battle of San Jacinto with Sam Houston. Juan Seguin died in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico where he retired. His remains were returned to Texas in 1974 and he was buried in Seguin Texas.
Seguin is known for the Home of the "World's Largest Pecan". Pecan trees are all over the place here. We are also known for "The Biggest Small Town 4th of July Parade in Texas". Everyone around here comes to this parade. Below is a 4 minute fly by from a Go-Pro drone around Seguin Texas. Take a look.
Debra also asked: Would you rather be rich or famous?
I would rather be rich because then I could hide out and not worry about crowds of fans trying to get a piece of me. If you're rich you can go anywhere and enjoy life. It has its perks.
Being famous is hard because everywhere you would go someone would be bothering me for my autograph or a picture. I couldn't live like that, always being stalked or watched by weirdos.