During lunch, from my seat at the window this view caught my eye. I just really liked the twin steeples against the beautiful blue sky.
We began our visit there walking on the Floating Wetlands Boardwalk, where we saw many fish, birds, and plant life.
I thought the blue sky looked really cool through all this tall grass and cattails.
The view of the wetlands from the floating boardwalk.
The kid were fascinated watching all the fish.
These little yellow flowers among the lily pads were pretty cool!
I really like this scuplture we came across. When we asked the girls to pose for a picture in it, they refused because of all the spider webs.
Granny used her "magic wand" to get rid of all the spider webs.
Cheyenne, Heather, and Granny posed inside the sculpture.
This is one end of where the tram used to be. I couldn't tell if this architecture was just to be aesthetically pleasing, or necessary for the function of the tram. I liked it!!!
Another ant's-eye view!
During our boat ride the tour guide brought the boat up close to these sunbathing turtles so we could all have a closer view.
My mother in law Billie (left) looking through the glass bottom on the boat.
The view of some fish through the bottom of the boat.
When we'd seen all we wanted to see at Aquarena Springs we all loaded up in the cars once again and hit the road to go shopping in Wimberley. We only spent a couple of hours there before we were all wore out and ready to head home. We stopped for ice cream in the General Store, then headed home.