Saturday, March 14, 2015

River Pictures

This slab is called Scott's Slab, about 10 miles West, the first one to cross the river. This first one i'm just getting on it.

The only place the water goes under. 

Looking ahead after just getting on it, past the flowing water going under.


This was built a couple or so of years ago, as a resort. Didn't make it. Called Walden's Plantation.

I was on my way to my sister's house, just a few miles on. She was painting the outside of her house, and all. The weather was so nice and i really enjoyed being out.

There's a lot going on here this weekend. A first for here is the rock stacking contest,,, lol yeah, that's right. Our river runs over granite, with sand. I tried to get a pic on here from facebook, but won't work. They can stack rocks in circles, arcs, lots of things. Amazing. Maybe later i can find one to use.

Had begun to think my injection into my hip wasn't gonna work, and for 3 days it didn't. But today, i'm thinking, maybe. If it hadn't i was ready for surgery! O yeah, my son's is on the 30th, in Austin early in the morning. Not sure how i'm gonna handle it, if i can even go, is what i mean. I know i can't drive, well not going to. I'm sure liking that bus service.

Yall tc, and



  1. I am assuming that the slabs were put there as river crossings (cheaper than a bridge). Am I correct?

    1. yeah, they filled in between the granite with cement making it.

  2. Somehow I missed this post. Nice river and I bet very refreshing in the summer months.

    Too bad the resort did not make it. Hoping all goes well with your son's surgery.