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Hill Country Trip #7872326 06/16/20 09:55 PM
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Took my wife and daughter down to the hill country for a couple nights of tent camping and hiking. We stayed at Seco Ridge Campground in Utopia. Went to Lost Maples Nature Preserve on friday evening, floated the Frio on Saturday and then on to Garner State Park on Sunday. Beautiful country down there for sure!

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What a great trip! And yes, those areas are stunning. Well done. up I do call Utopia "Our little slice of Appalachia" though. 'Having known a few folks from there, lets just say they're too lazy to go over to the next "holler" for a date and prefer to "keep it in the family"! crazy


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Went to Leakey from Bandera this morning to pick up a Transcaspian Urial from Wildlife Buyer. Got into a few showers on the way and back. Really a great part of Texas that has not been screwed up too much yet.

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Some of the prettiest country in the world.

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Had to be a great time in that beautiful slice of Texas cheers


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Originally Posted by Sneaky
Some of the prettiest country in the world.


Absolutely....my favorite part of Texas!


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Originally Posted by Creekrunner
What a great trip! And yes, those areas are stunning. Well done. up I do call Utopia "Our little slice of Appalachia" though. 'Having known a few folks from there, lets just say they're too lazy to go over to the next "holler" for a date and prefer to "keep it in the family"! crazy

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Sounds like a fun trip. I love that area.



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Very nice pics and sounds like it was a great trip. Love that area of the state.


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Staying near Leakey on 4th of July weekend! Can hardly wait!

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Originally Posted by don k
Went to Leakey from Bandera this morning to pick up a Transcaspian Urial from Wildlife Buyer. Got into a few showers on the way and back. Really a great part of Texas that has not been screwed up too much yet.

Too bad it's starting to happen. Leakey and Camp wood have been "discovered". It'll turn into New Braunfels before you know it. Breaks my heart. We own land down there. Taxes are out of whack too. Probably end up selling to our neighbors.


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Originally Posted by Creekrunner
What a great trip! And yes, those areas are stunning. Well done. up I do call Utopia "Our little slice of Appalachia" though. 'Having known a few folks from there, lets just say they're too lazy to go over to the next "holler" for a date and prefer to "keep it in the family"! crazy


Funny you mention that...we were eating dinner at the Lost Maples Cafe there in Utopia and couldn't help but notice some rather interesting locals come through haha

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Absolutely....my favorite part of Texas!

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I get to live in Utopia-been here 75 years. Don't have near as many "characters" as we used to.

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