The band Vallejo took the stage at this afternoon’s BBQ Cook-Off at Brushy Creek and proceeded to rock the place. This is nothing unusual for these guys.
Twin Lakes Park is full of facilities for adults and kids. It even has its own YMCA. But if you get away from things and walk along the lakesides, you can find beauty.
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.
Parts of downtown Austin have it much worse than we do in Round Rock. These pictures are of the flooded Brushy Creek and for comparison, you can see one of my earlier posts from February. Now, the question is how much more rain will this area receive in the near future?
The Round Rock is a little piece of history in this town. According to Wikipedia:
You can find the Rock in the middle of Brushy Creek, just off the Interstate. Once you visit, you can check it off of your list of things to do in life. 🙂