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Howdy Partner, wow I've been in Texas for too long I need to get out of here. But first we stopped at Big Thicket National Park. I even became a Junior Ranger there. So we went for a hike and at the end we saw a dog trapped in the bathroom. My dad let it out and gave it some water. It ...
... Oaks was alive with SUMMER and SCARLET TANAGERS. You know it is a good day when you stop taking point blank photos of these two species when you get bored with them. I filled a 32 GB card today mostly of the tanagers. There were also a ridiculous number of ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAKS and YELLOW-BILLED CUCKOOS here. At one point, I had a male grosbeak, 2 cuckoos, a male summer and a male scarlet tanager in my binoculars!!! WHAT????
... song goes " Hold me closer Tony Danza ...."
We had the bar singing those words :) GOLD !
After dancing up a storm to Sweet Child O Mine and Thunderstuck to name a few, we had a few complimentary shots from the barman and settled the bill, a massive $38 each (for food and booze). Crazy.
The boys retired around 2.00am and headed back to the rooms for a debrief and a cup of tea.
Brilliant night which couldn't have been choreographed better.
Over and ...
... and had lots of information to share. The fellow told us to keep our eyes peeled for a snapping turtle right near trail's edge that was laying eggs. We spotted her and I got a couple of good shots. She's not the most attractive turtle that I've ever seen, I must admit.
After lunch, we took a wild ride into Beaumont to seek our an elixir that Lynn likes. We found it at a store similar to the Real Foods Store in ...
... State. We had lunch there and noticed how many RVs had stopped too. There seem to be more and more of them as we head somewhat north and definitely west.
We found Village Creek State Park more easily than some. We were greeted in a friendly manner by the girl at the entry. Since I have a Texas State Parks Card, we get half off of any second night's fee. It has really paid off for us.
The campground was virtually empty when we ...