It’s summertime in Texas. I was about to tell you what that is like, but then I remembered that how it feels has been already been perfectly depicted. Summertime in Texas goes like this:
Basically that’s what happens to you if you go outside between the hours of roughly 10 AM and midnight.
That is a lot of indoor time, and I get a sort of cabin fever I refer to as The Summer Malaise. So to combat this, I’ve taken to getting up early one day of the weekend, getting out the map and looking for roads and trails that are new to me. The trick is it has to be somewhere I can go to and get back from between sunrise and 10 AM.
Here’s the first installment . . .
Webberville Park, Webberville
Colorado River Bridge, Bastrop. Home of the International Society of Bridge Spitters.