As you all have probably seen by now, Texas has snow and most aren’t taking it well. The temperature has been below freezing for several days now and may do not have power. The Panhandle of Texas does know how to deal with this weather, its the rest of the state that is freaking out.
Tag: Respect Nature
Thanksgiving has passed and Christmas is well on its way but before it gets here I wanted to give a last tribute to the colors and beauty of autumn. INSTAGRAM│FACEBOOK│TWITTER│YOUTUBE
Bear and I had a free Saturday while Keltin did photography and radio for Tarleton sports and I decided the day would be best spent outdoors and in nature. We spent most of the day hiking the Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge. It is $5 per adult to enter and dogs are welcome as
Keltin and I love to get out on the trail and taking Bear out to explore. We also love finding local trails and recently discovered Horseshoe Trail just a few miles from our place. This is a fairly busy hiking and biking trail that gives you plenty of shade and occasional views of the lake.
It has been a while since Keltin and I took Bear on a good hike and we decided to head up to Lake Mineral Wells State Park recently. We go there early to beat the crowds and hopefully the heat. We actually managed fairly well on those two fronts only to nearly drowned in the
The truth is there is not much around Johnson, Kansas, thus while visiting for nearly a week we planned some day trip adventures. One was to Capulin Volcano. Capulin is a recently extinct example of a cone volcano. By recently I mean in the past 60,000 years. It is part of the Raton-Clayton Volcanic Field.