A few rather torrential rainstorms have brought several inches of the rain to the area over the past few months, and central Texas is abloom.
I wandered down to the Barton Creek Greenbelt a few days ago with the camera, wanting to check out the rumors of a “river” flowing through the area. I often climb in the area and, aside from a spilled water bottle, had yet to see any measurable water in certain parts of the greenbelt.
But, low and behold, there was water. And actually a fair amount of it. Flowers were blooming, cardinals were flying, and kayakers were zipping by the belay shelf at one of the rock walls.
I’m headed down again tonight, dry bag and camera in hand, to wade a bit and see what I can find.