the narrows, upper south side of lake travis (from austin take texas turn north on spur proceed 1 mile to spicewood, continue traveling north miles on burnet county road 410 to CR proceed miles north to entrance for the narrows recreation area)
Krause Springs has been called the most beautiful swimming hole in Texas. Approximately 30 miles west of Austin. The property has 32 springs and a spring-fed, man-made pool and has been privately owned by the Krause family for over 50 years.
The Texas Hill Country has much to offer. Westcave Preserve is a great example of this. Just past Hamilton Pool only 27 miles from downtown Austin, this lush hidden gem turns green in the spring with ferns and cypress. The steps in this Westcave Preserve
Walter’s Wiggles, Zion National Park, Utah, USA. They are part of the trail ascent to the top of Angel's Landing. The wiggles are named after Walter Ruesch, who was the first superintendent for Zion National Park and constructed the switchbacks in 1926
Kayak the Medina River in the Texas Hidden Hill Country. Winding through tunnels of towering bald cypress trees on its way to Bandera, the Medina River doesn’t get the crowds that flock to the Guadalupe River.
Texas Bluebonnets and Indian Paint Brush wildflowers - some fields are full of the flowers as far as you can see and they line lots of the highways. I drove through here at this time when they were blooming. The beauty took my breath away.