The Brazos River, that was called Rio de los Brazos de Dios by the early Spanish settlers translates loosly to “The River of the Arms of God”.
As I have been messing around in editing and trying new looks…which bridge photo do you like best? Top/Cover A, B, C or D? If you’d care to tell me why, I’d love to hear but if not a simple A,B,C or D helps me 🙂 and thank you!!!
While I didn’t go camping on this outting, I included some photos from when my daughter and I and our pups went camping in 2015. We had a blast camping there and did some geocaching there too. Let me tell ya…finding a micro-geocache is hard (full credit to my daughter finding that one!)!!! The trails there are well-kept and plenty of birds can be spotted here too…especially my red cardinals 🙂
Remember folks…you heard it here first 🙂 … Today’s epic adventure took me to theQuirkyCountry Market. The business was initially named Industrial Country Market but too many people didn’t realize it was opened to the public, due to the word industrial, so they are changing over to Quirky Country Market. This place is ONLY opened on the weekends and is “off the grid”…there are a ton of solar panels to accomplish going off the grid – Love that!!!
Today we visit Congressman Bill Archer Dog Parkin Houston, Texas. The dog park is 17 acres of pup bliss. There’s a small dog section with an agility area, large pond and walking path of .29 miles, 2 covered sitting areas, restrooms (located outside the park at far end of parking lot), for humans, plenty of mini fire hydrants and waste bags throughout to help you clean after your pup and doggie showers once you’re done. The area for the big pups has the same amenities but with .81 miles of walking paths and a larger play area.