Tucked away, off of the main trail at Brushy Creek Lake Park, is a tiny Labyrinth. Lucky for us, the Bluebonnets are sprouting up. According to the sign, “Labyrinths are different in that they have a single path that leads to the center and back out again.” Also, “labyrinths are designed to calm, heal, comfort and bring about balance.” I truly enjoyed the sights, sunshine, and breezes as I walked through and skipped over the rocks placed to form this Labyrinth.
I walked for about an hour this evening on Brushy Creek Trail East. I travelled the section beginning from Forest Ridge Boulevard and heading west along Brushy Creek. This section is a paved trail, covered by shady trees, and good for walking your dog or riding your bike. On the way back, I popped out into the new subdivision that is beginning to take shape – with lots of new construction going on. Here are some photos from the trail and the creek, and as the sun began to set on a nice evening in Round Rock.
I went walking this afternoon at Brushy Creek Lake Park with a side endeavor of bluebonnet photos. The walk was beautiful, and the bluebonnets were even more astounding. I wish I could share the aroma of this field with you over the Internet. There were more flowers than you could imagine, bees, joggers, dogs, grasshoppers, kayakers, and bikers. A most lovely afternoon was had by all. 🙂
I walked a portion of a new hike and bike path today. It is called Brushy Creek Trail and it began for me where it intersects A. W. Grimes Blvd. The path is wide and paved as you head East from the Rabb House or Play for All Abilities Park, and there are some shady trees along the way.