I had to post this years Blue Bonnet Photo.. as you can imagine its tough to get everyone looking at the camera… however.. Chuck was ready, and looking good….
During SXSW you run into a lot of bizarre sitings..and of course some food and drinks!
I realized I never actually got around to posting a gallery for SXSW this year.. It was a great week and I saw a ton of bands…
We Took Care of Chris and Tara’s pup Max…he is so sweet…
A Lincoln Sparrow here and maybe a pectoral sandpiper..
Originally owned in 1809 by Joseph Rice, he was a trader on the route to San Antonio. 9 kids expanded the cabin until 1919 when it became a farm shed.. It was restored in 1936, and donated to the state in 1973 as a historical site… pretty sweet..
After visiting the Mission Jen and I took a pretty nice east Texas walk in the park, Which has expanded its trails. What a beautiful spring day.
Located in East Texas this old Spanish mission was created in 1690 to help convert the indians.. lets just say that did not really work out and it was only occupied for 3 years.. it does still stand today however!
The Nice thing about the tree farm is you can just point the camera around and shoot.. Beautiful East Texas..
Chuck lives it at 3 inches off the ground.. quite the explorer for such a little guy..