Luckily it is located in what is now the Lanier High School sports field at the corner of Brazos and Durango, not far from the Alazon Creek. (The library reenactment itself was about 1/2 mile from Alazon Creek and we had to pass over it on Culebra to get there. There is a Texas State Historical marker on the site.
The National Geographic Channel was on hand to film this year's Battle of Bejar reenactment in La Villita in San Antonio yesterday. The feller with his back to us facing Adam is a National Geographic guy. I believe Martin Vasquez suited him up for the video.
Some of the La Villita walking tour led by Bob Benavides. Like last year, a girl with a flag of truce would lead the way, stopping at both Texian and Mexican checkpoints to ask permission to proceed through the battle zone. This sort of put the spectators right in the middle of the battle.
The tour group arrives at a checkpoint and asks to be allowed through. A Mexican soldier tears the white flag from the girl's hand and accuses her of spying for the rebels. As she is about to be taken away, Bob Benavides offers himself up as hostage instead.