02/01/2019 After work we went to check out Mc Kinney Falls StatePark southeast of Austin. The park has alot of picnic areas,hiking and biking trails and 84 ish campsite. One loop is more geared for tent campers and smaller rigs but the other has nice level pullthrough sites for larger RVs most of them seem […]
Took one of the Dog for a hike after work.. It was pretty hot and humid and my thighs are on fire today. Lilly loved it though and that was worth the pain.
We visited another Cave. This cave was in the Kentucky Down Under Adventure Zoo. The cave was discovered in 1799 and till 1890 mostly used as a fresh water supply and food storage. Later on they tried to mine the Onyx but ran out of funding.
Andrea took a nap after we got to Singing Hills RV Park and I decided I am going for a driv into the NP. THe first trail when you get in is the Sand Cave Trail, its only 0.1 mile long so I figured that I wont get too wet if it starts raining again. […]
another good find for a small hike and picnic dinner afterwards. located maybe 10 min drive outside Boulder up beautiful sunshine canyon lays Bald Mountain Scenic Area. The loop is about 1 mile long and climbs a bit over 200 feet ( in the first 1/3 of a mile ) its steep but doable for […]
What a great drive and surprise to us. We did not expect this beauty far away from yellow stone and the Grand Tetons. So many places to hike, fish, camp and enjoy nature, we def are planning on coming back and doing some tent camping.
I was talking to someone in the Campground Office regarding hikes in the Area and she gave me a tip to hike up to the CDT ( Continental Divide Trail ). She gave me directions and after work Lilly and I took off. It truely is a short hike but it goes straight up the […]