Wow! If you've never been to the Frio Canyon and surrounding areas in the fall, you're missing it. The trees are putting on their brilliant colors, the grass is green and lush from recent rains, and the weather is AHH-some!
Gigi, Maddie, and I took a leisurely drive yesterday, down to the Frio above Neal's campground, and then on to GSP.
The water is probably a little too cool to swim or tube in for most, but just being there is so peaceful.
This weekend we're going to the Utopia Fall Art Fair.
On November 28, Christmas on the square will be held at the courthouse square in Leakey, from 9am til 4pm. Santa Claus will be there for the kids from 10-noon, and again from 1-3. It's fun, we'll be there.
Come on, it's not ever too long of a drive to experience this. And the best part, no crowds!
This shot is looking upriver from the dam at GSP.
No description required, yall all know this spot!
We saw lots of deer and squirrels, a couple of the park folks, and a few campers.
Green is good! The 5 or 6 inches of rain we received in late September and October really revived the flora and fauna.
Oh, and we did see a few buzzards upriver from Rock Beach
You can still do the GSP dance thing after summer's over, but ya gotta bring your own music.
Well, what I'm trying to say is, you really need to come see us!
We're so thankful that we live in such a beautiful area, and can just hop in the truck and be at these spots in mere minutes. We hope you enjoy these pictures, and that they see you through the long off-season until your next trip to the Frio River.
Next trip, Lost Maples Natural Area outside of Vanderpool. The Bigtooth Maples, Lacy Oaks, and many other trees are beginning to turn colors. Another great place close by to hike and enjoy nature.
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