Tag Archive: hiking

Our Weekend at Bastrop State Park Cabin No.12, Bastrop

  In February, you never know what the weather will be like.  You could have ice on the roads, or a beautiful, sunny day!  Thankfully, the latter was the case for us during… Continue reading

Turner Falls, Davis Oklahoma

We first visited Turner Falls Park in Davis about 15 years ago, and it turned in to an annual trip, centered around when my husband would be gone for the weekend to the… Continue reading

15 Uniquely Texas Things to do this November

After you put away the pumpkins but before you bring out the stockings, there’s a ton of fun things to do across the state in the mixed up month of November!  Don’t let… Continue reading

Huntsville State Park, Huntsville

Located just off I-45 in the Piney Woods of East Texas, we often visit Huntsville State Park to go hiking, swimming or just grab a bite to eat before heading on down to… Continue reading

Bluebonnet City Park, Ennis

We had driven past Bluebonnet Park since it was built, but today was our first time to ever stop and check it out!  Like many of the Ennis city parks, it’s beautiful!  It’s… Continue reading

Twin Coves Park, Flower Mound

I love these beautiful, sunny days in January!  The weather is just perfect for getting outside and exploring!  Twin Coves Park in Flower Mound offers 243 acres on the shore of Lake Grapevine… Continue reading

Crystal Canyon Natural Area, Arlington

Last year, our school district started 1/2 days on the last day of the 6 weeks, and we were more than happy to take advantage of a half day of school on a… Continue reading

Dinosaur Valley State Park, Glen Rose

Where do you go when you have a son who has dreamed of being a paleontologist since he was just a little boy?  Dinosaur Valley State Park, of course! After years of visiting… Continue reading