Since this was my last day before starting my work here at Leisure Resort, I thought that we should check out the nature trail at the other end of the park. As you can tell, Angel is ready to go. She’s sitting on a fallen log with the San Marcos River in the background. This one was a little bit longer than the one on the south end of the CG.
Along the way we saw a couple of tubing on the river. They invited us in to join them. No Way, it’s just too cold.I would have been remiss if I hadn’t warned them of the water moccasins in the river. They probably won’t be a problem, but it’s nice to know of their existence.
This is the view of “My Spot” looking up from the river.
If you enlarge these, you can see that there are a line of cabins, (movable in case of flooding) and lots of tent/picnic sites. Just past here is where the nature trail starts. Within the camping area, pets are not allowed in or next to the river, however, there are areas on the trail where your best friend (Fido) can get in and enjoy the river too.
All those speckles are itty bitty fish coming to the surface. Earlier a saw a very small turtle, but couldn’t get a shot of it. It was too far away and hid in the water and vegetation.
Additional views on the trail.
There is still a bit of color here and there.
Middle pic, closer look of tall plant, in 1st pic. Last one of feathery grasses.
Just interesting textures.
This hike was a bit long, so we headed on back once we reached the river. We took the left side which headed north along the river. When we got to the river, it was actually to a bend in the river, so the next hike, we’ll take the right side to see what there is to see. Walking back through the CG I took a few more pictures.
One of the Tree Houses. That’s Sheila, my boss getting in the cart.
The Clubhouse. The pool with more cabins in background.
Yes, Angel, we’re almost home.
I hope you enjoyed this hike. We did!
Thanks for visiting
Susan and Angel