After work today, I struck out for a walk in a random neighborhood nearby my restaurant of choice for dinner. There were a few beautiful sights to behold.
It is that time of year in Austin where the evenings start getting cooler and it makes it nice to get out and walk. This evening, I started at Ninth and Congress and headed for the loop around Town Lake. There were a few art installations and groovy flowers along the way. On my return to Congress Avenue, there was a flock of tourists anxiously awaiting the bats to begin flying out from under the bridge. And of course, the sunset colors on the city were most beautiful.
After being amazed by the story of the Monk Parakeets, I struck out on a walk around The Triangle. I was pleasantly surprised to find that things were in bloom.
Zedler Mill is a historic mill in Luling, Texas. There are swimming holes, parks, and lots of photo opportunities. It lies on the shore of the San Marcos River and can be enjoyed by all.