I love the water in any form. . .
even sitting by a swimming pool or fountain makes me happy. . .
so sitting at the water’s edge at Lake Texana was just perfect. . .
how much more relaxing can you get?
and of course you know I’m going to chase down
and photograph any butterfly that I see. . .
but, alas, all good things must end. . .
so Friday morning, we loaded up, and headed out through Houston, which would supposedly cut an hour off of our travel time. . .what were we thinking? Traffic. . . cars cutting in front of ya at 65 mph. . .changing lanes to make sure you stay on the right freeway. . .grrrrrr.
We lived, and drove in Houston traffic for 30 years. I didn’t think a thing about driving across town to take a class. . .but pulling a rig is a whole different ballgame. . .but survive we did . . .
and arrived at beautiful Magnolia Ridge,
a COE park on B.A. Steinhagen Lake. . .
what a beautiful, beautiful place. . .
after a great lunch of ribs, potatoes, and baked beans. . .
Dad and Dave are standing outside discussing fishing. . .
more gorgeous fall color in the Cypress Swamp. . .
went alligator hunting again. . .still no luck!
but this red headed woodpecker was putting on quite a show. . .
and after a four mile bike ride. . .
the perfect end to the day. . .fishing!
Until next time,