We went on a family camping trip over this last weekend to Kerrville, Texas. The campground we chose sits right on the Guadalupe River. This is the same place where my husband and I camped for our second anniversary back in 2002, and I remember it was beautiful. My memory definitely hadn't done it justice.
We got to see some gorgeous skies while we were there. From watching a storm roll in and then skirt around us to sunsets to bright full moons, there were plenty of views to photograph.
The river itself had calm areas, mini waterfalls, and rapids. There was a bridge you could drive over, as well as the older bridge covered by some water that people can now walk across. While standing on the older bridge, I could look down and see minnows swim past my feet to splash downstream.
I think our families have decided to make this an annual trip from now on, and I'm looking forward to going back to this place again!
If you ever have a chance to visit the Texas Hill Country, you should. You won't regret it!
I loved the reflections in this calm section of the Guadalupe River
Texas truly has some of the most beautiful sunsets
A full moon peeking out from behind the clouds
Water lilies everywhere! This was a very slow "corner" of the river.
This photo was taken with my phone. I didn't have time to pull my Canon out. If you look closely at the bottom right of the tree, you'll see a rock squirrel getting a drink of water from the river before climbing back up again. I thought that was such a neat thing to see!