The first weekend in June, I headed out for the day – just hopped in the car and decided to see where to road took me 🙂
I ended up here, in front of theSan Felipe de Austin State Historical Site. It’s right around the corner practically from Stephen F. Austin State Park so I was shocked that I hadn’t visited earlier as I’ve camped at the park several times. This is where Stephen F. Austin began the town of San Felipe de Austin in Mexican Texas back in 1823.
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 🙂