The Longdogs

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

Wild Flowers on the Willow Loop

I had make a second trip to catch more of the wildflowers. Every post along the front of the ranch has a cowboy boot on it.

Lots of cattle guards to keep the cattle on their own ranch. Just one of the reasons you aren't supposed to go out into the fields.

Lots of shades of blue in each bluebonnet.

Everyone is watching everyone else.

They are keeping the bluebonnets corralled up.

Bluebonnets, Mexican hats, and little white daisies.

The bluebonnets are less than a foot tall....just above the grass.

The prickly pear cacti are blooming too.

Another kind of succulent with new growth coming out of the red buds.

These calves are just chilling in the yard.

We weren't the only ones on the road today. A classic car club was meeting in Willow City when we stopped and these guys were already on the road ahead of us.

Some kind of vine has overpowered this tree and broken it down. 

There was water in all the little creeks and runoffs this year and it looks like a lot more water ran through at one time and deteriorated this bank along the road.

When we finished driving the loop, we drove back into Fredricksburg and had lunch at Burger Burger. The food was good and it was lovely out on the patio.

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful tour, thank you. Maybe next year I can join you on a bluebonnet tour.


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