My wife Kathy and I recently visited New Braunfels, Texas, for some rest and relaxation. It rained about half the time, but the sun did finally appear, so we loaded up the pups and ventured out in search for a good trail to hike. After two failed attempts to find the trails we were looking for, we ended up at Landa Park, which we initially dismissed as being too easy and too short. As it turns out, the park is gorgeous, with nice walking paths, big trees, and plenty of wildlife.
This tree was planted over 300 years ago!
There were several different kinds of ducks and geese in the park, and they were all friendly.
The water in Dry Comal Creek was crystal clear.
I've been wanting to take some photos of bluebonnets, the state flower of Texas, but they're mostly gone for the year. I finally managed to snap this photo at the park.
There were countless squirrels in the park, and they drove the pups crazy. After being chased up a tree, the squirrels would typically climb to a safe place and check us all out.