Steep Hill at the RV Park in Lajitas
Next to the part of the RV park we stayed at in Lajitas, TX were a couple of big hills on the way to the tenting area.
This one was pretty steep and very narrow at the top. It seemed to be made up of only dried mud, so I guess it will wash away some day. It was just barely wide enough to walk on, but very crumbly so I didn’t go far.
Some large hills as seen from the campsites at Balmorhea State Park in West Texas.
Rain and clouds over the Rio Grande River near Lajitas, TX.
While staying at the RV Park in Lajitas, TX we drove down the scenic Highway 170 a couple times. After seeing several horses on the Mexican side of the border, we crested one of the larger mountain passes on the road and started down to this view on the shoulder.
Mexico is to the left.
The view was reminiscent of the Headwaters of the Rio Grande I stopped at along a highway in Colorado, seen below.
The Headwaters of the Rio Grande
Fish underwater at Balmorhea State Park
There are lots of fish at Balmorhea State Park, even in the shallow portion where this photo was taken. It was a great stop on my recent road trip, and I hope to go back again.
Looking up at the Sun from underwater in Barton Springs, Austin, TX.
It has been quite awhile since the last update, but I have a ton of new photos and am now sorting through them. Hopefully, I will get some more photos up soon. I have built a new pc and hope to get a new version of Adobe Lightroom soon.
I also joined the Dallas Makerspace a few months back, it is a great place.