On the road again ♭... Our visit to Palo Duro State Park was perfect! There had been rain predicted, but it turned out to be fabulous. The temperatures were in the mid 80s, with a slight breeze. We enjoyed bike riding, hiking, and the leisurely relaxation of just enjoying the outdoors.
This canyon is the second largest canyon in the United States, second only to the Grand Canyon. The colors of nature are an incredible source of inspiration. And it seemed that as the lighting changed, the colors did as well.
The 5.6-mile hike to the Light House formation was interesting and filled with nature. We saw deer and turkey, a lizard and a praying mantis. The contrast of the green foliage against the red walls that faded into other colors such as brown, mauve, and yellow captured my attention.
Alas... I'll share aaaaaaaaaaall of the details when I get home at the end of the week when I have more time and a faster computer. ;) (The laptop doesn't want to load anymore pictures. I can't even get my Sew & Tell logo up...)
Today is cold and rainy in Seymour, Texas and we are hunkered down in our friends house with cheesy potato soup simmering on the stove and prepared to play a serious round of dominos...
You know what that means. The Sew & Tell Party is open and ready for you all to share.