The Texas Wanderer’s Club in San Antonio was holding a “Group Walk” of their year round event on the Salado Creek Greenway. We drove south to joint them in walking this event which is on a paved hike/bike trail along the creek. The walk started at the Lady Bird Johns Trailhead off Nacogdoches Road. We were late getting there because of the drive. Most everyone had already finished by the time we started.
Linda and Gerald were registering the walkers.
A bronze compass rose disk embedded in the pavement at the beginning of the trail gives direction, elevation, and coordination.
Carol and Ed heading out on the trail.
We had lots of shade (thank goodness).
Wildflowers were scattered along the trail.
Heinz stopped to chat for a few minutes. He was headed back in.
Siba was headed back in also.
We continued on.
When I got bored with the paved trail, I took some nature trails.
Back on the paved trail.
It was an out and back walk. This was the turn around point.
Carol on the trail ahead of me.
This nature trail was a mistake, it didn’t come back to the paved trail. Had to find a cut across place.
Nearing the end of the walk.
Deer along the trail didn’t bother to run when I stopped to take a picture