In which we spend five days sweatin’ through Texas:
Barton Springs. Right in town, a natural springs done up in the 1930s with pool-like edges, a diving board, and the most aesthetically pleasing changing room facilities I’ve ever seen, complete with a courtyard and interior garden.
Northern Texas had a huge number of fences and wind farms. Apparently the vast expanse of flat scrubland is mostly private property. It is also experiencing a pretty severe drought. Above, the lake we were planning to camp next to for the night.
The view out from Juliette Cave.
Hailed as the second Grand Canyon, we had an excruciatingly hot adventure scrambling on rocks, playing in the clay, and camping on the canyon floor.
New Mexico: we drive northwest, skirting through the corner of the state, which pretty much just looked like this:
Lots of love!
C and J