The Trinity River snakes through Fort Worth, Texas before it heads east to Dallas, and then it makes a turn to the south ending up in the Gulf of Mexico.
So, it seems that no matter what part of town you are in, you are crossing the Trinity River.
Our town has taken full advantage of that, and we boast over fifty miles of hike and bike paths along the river on both sides. So, if you are looking for a place to enjoy nature, just ask anyone how you find the Trinity Trail System. Tom and I went on a 2 1/2 mile hike on one of these trails yesterday morning, which meant in order to get back to our car we had to walk 2 1/2 miles back. That adds up to 5 miles.Whew!
We saw the things you would expect along the trail. Walkers, joggers, bikers, fishermen, dogs, squirrel, birds and ducks,
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I also saw this gentleman who was all decked out in a coat and tie and even a beret. I felt like I was already in France. I hope that you too had nice weather this weekend and did something fun. Janey