Chasing a Dramatic Fall Scene in Texas

Chasing a Dramatic Fall Scene in Texas - Two Worlds Treasures

You might think I’m crazy, but dramatic fall scene in Texas is rare. It’s hard to predict when the leaves would change color. Most of the times the wind would blow them all down even before they got to change color completely. So, when Backpacker magazine November edition arrived in the mail box and one of the month’s top trips and picks was a hike in Pedernales Falls State Park with a dramatic view of fall season, I instantly told my husband that we must go there. Besides, it is said the cypresses along the riverbanks don’t typically turn until …

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Potholes at Pedernales Falls State Park

Two Worlds Treasures: Potholes at Pedernales State Park.

We didn’t pack our swimsuit/swim trunk on our Spring Break trip to Hill Country because I thought the water would still be cold and we wouldn’t really have time for playing in the water. Well, I was wrong! It was 80s, really nice, and we had plenty of time when we went to Pedernales Falls State Park. Teenagers were swimming and had sunbathing. Families with younger kids were playing in the water, fishing, or just exploring the rocks with its unique formation.

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