The Longdogs

The Longdogs
Willy, Harley (back center), and Gretchen

Riding the River

Today was another beautiful sunny summer day. Now it might be fall where some of you live but I can tell you, it is definitely still summer here in South Central Texas. If you can't be camping, it was the perfect kind of a day for a drive. The Traveling Longdogs thought so too so off we went and this time Angus the Therapy Dog was also along for the ride since he is staying with us while his Dad and Grandpa are off to a motorcycle rally.

We decided to travel along the River Road out of New Braunfels. It was a nice quiet drive since it's the middle of the week. It wouldn't be quite as serene on a weekend.....just a lot busier.

The water is still at a decent level even after the lack of rain in recent months.

This section of the river is pretty calm.

The river banks are pretty much privately owned with lots of campgrounds.

I don't remember noticing this beautiful and lofty perch before.

The trees meet overhead in this section and someone hung an American flag. It's high enough that no ones RV would touch it.

Gilligan's Island.

Seems funny to see these signs when it is 98 degrees outside but they are year round signs.

After I completed the River Road drive, I headed into New Braunfels to check out Hinman Island Park where I found a flotilla of toobers enjoying themselves.

We also checked out Landa Park where there is a whole new section that I hadn't seen before.

This is on the very short Comal River.

Lots of enjoyment going on at Landa Park too.
All in all, it was a lovely drive with great company.

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