We hadn’t walked down in awhile and I noticed this new driveway. Hopefully not the only entry to the property. I would be kind of rough on the tires!
Someone had mentioned before that they were surprised that it was so green here given this is Texas. Well, Ft. worth is very green and lush. The arid landscape starts west of here. Matter of fact there is a slogan referring to Ft. Worth as to where the west begins.
This little door into a large estate looks very inviting, but I imagine that it is locked,
as is the adjoining entry gate..
At the very bottom of the road is the entry into River Bend Nature Area. Here you can access Trinity Trails which is over 100 miles of running, walking and biking trails throughout the city,
most all of the trails are on both sides of the Trinity River as it winds through Ft. Worth.
Unfortunately there is absolutely no parking at this entry point on this very private road. There are plenty of other areas where you can park near the trails. So if you want to enter here…you must walk down.
Without explanation I will show the blooms we passed along the way.
By the time we arrived home we had walked two and a half miles and the sun was getting higher in the sky with promises of a very (too) warm day.