Category: Texas

Hiking Ray Roberts State Park

On a rather dreary and wet morning Keltin and I got ready to head to Ray Roberts State Park to hike. Due to the current pandemic all day passes have to be purchased in advance and we didn’t want to waste the pass. Hoping the weather apps hadn’t lead us astray we set off for

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Close to Home: Parr Park Rock Art Trail

In the B.C. era of 2020 I began a Close to Home series looking at all those interesting places right around that we normally miss on the way to adventures in far away places. I had heard about this rock art trail but hadn’t visited. Keltin came across it while out running on a new

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Hiking Dinosaur Valley State Park

This is the year for social distancing birthdays and Keltin’s is in August. For his special day he wanted a nice hike and decided on Dinosaur Valley State Park. I personally love Dinosaur Valley because I camped their often as a kid with my grandparents but had never hiked. This state park is worth hiking.

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Visiting Wimberley In Review

This was a fantastic long weekend full of nature and a chance to relax and escape the chaos that is 2020. We needed a chance to recharge and go back to the day to day with a new mindset. If you missed any of the posts check them out here! Beer, Wine, and Llamas Middleton

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The Shady Llama

I found this beer garden when searching for things to do in Wimberly and it is a must do – even if you don’t drink. They have plenty of non-alcoholic options. They serve a selection of local beer and wine along with some fun and delicious mocktails. The Shady Llama is a large outdoor beer

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Hiking Guadalupe River State Park

While visiting the Texas Hill Country we wanted to get at least one good hike in. A chance to explore and see new trails. Due to the pandemic we had to reserve our day pass a couple weeks in advance, $7 for adults, children under 12 are free. Guadalupe River State Park is divided into

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Middleton Brewing

In addition to wineries the Texas Hill Country has a number of breweries and we checked out Middleton Brewing. Their rooftop patio is the perfect place to enjoy a beer along with a countryside view. Keltin and I enjoyed a beer flight. All of them were delicious but it was a bit too hot out

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