A Texas Spring Has Sprung

If asked, most people will tell you that they have a favorite season. I happen to have two: Spring and Fall. I guess it is because these two seasons involve change…in a positive way. Living out in the country is a blessing because I am afforded the opportunity to see the changes in nature on a daily basis as I drive back and forth to work in Dallas.

This past weekend, my husband and I got into his old ’84 Chevy work truck and went “back roadin'”. If you live in the city and are unfamiliar with the term, back roadin’ means driving on the gravel and dirt roads that are not commonly used by anyone. Spring is a great time to do this because of the beautiful scenery. In the following pictures, you can see what my husband and I saw this past weekend on the backroads of Navarro County.

Texas is known for its bluebonnets and we were not disappointed.

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  1. Roz Davis says:

    Can someone please tell me were to find the blue bonnet photo contest information ….. I can’t find it one the website

  2. Bernard says:

    Speaking of bluebonnets, White Rock Lake in Dallas has a stunning display. You can view some of the images here: http://white-rock-lake.blogspot.com/2012/03/brilliant-bluebonnets-blooming-at-white.html

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