Explorations of a travel writer living in the beautiful Texas Hill Country...flora and fauna, nature and mysteries...food and wine...life.
We just enjoyed a kayak adventure on the river, flowing at over 800 cubic feet per second! Lots of rapids!
That water looks really nice and inviting and I am guessing it will be a most welcome respite when the weather heats up.I love your pics of the fox and the racoon, we have red foxes here, they are not a native species, they were brought here by the British in the 19th century, luckily the foxes who came here won't be cruelly hunted as they are in Britain.I guess they do eat small animals which is a shame but they also like grapes it seems. xoxo ♡
There is nothing so soothing as a river.
Looks like fun! The heat and I don't get along, I'd find my home under that cool silver, to be sure. . .
Hi Kathleen, That river is a good thing if nearby, we have the longest and hottest dry season this year, the plants are dying. We already have fruit trees which died in the province and they are at the fruiting age. I almost summon all my countrymen to have a mass rain dance, hehe!
I just love water. Period. Very calming.Love you, too! Hope Harry is doing well.SB
The beauty never ends in your neck of the woods!
That water is gorgeous for sure but for those of us stuck far away from such silvery coolness, I'll substitute the chilly joy of a cucumber sandwich. To me those always whisper "summertime!".
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