Our walk directions start from this trailhead.
We started out going downhill.
On May 25, 2013 San Antonio received 10 inches of rain in under 24 hours.
This debris in the tree is probably the result of the flooding that resulted.
View of a sunny section of trail.
View of a wooded section of trail.
The beginning of an “S” curve.
Salado Creek with water in it.
Wildflowers along the trail.
One of the many bridges we crossed.
Trailhead from Los Patios.
Blooming Palmetto Tree
Going under the freeway it was nice and cool.
Almost to the Tobin Trailhead.
Nice picnic tables.
Statue of Robert Tobin who donated the land for the park.
Trailhead sign board.
Salado Creek is dry here.
Another view of the trail.
Marker for Oakwell Trailhead where we made a U-turn and headed back.
We saw lots of people out riding including two park police officers.
We saw a deer with a large rack but I wasn’t quick enough to get his picture (at least not all of him).
Manmade rocks make this a pretty area.
An Egret just as we were finishing up the walk.