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User: aquadoggie - 11/2/2014

Location: Buescher State Park

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Miles Hiked: 7.33 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

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Buescher State Park is only about 30 minutes away from Austin and I had pretty much forgotten about it, despite the fact that I have passed the entrance tons of times on the way out to my parent's cabin near Winchester.  With Court out of town in Dallas for her final review before her licensing exam, I decided to get out in the woods for the morning.  Daylight savings hit the night before so with an extra hour, I actually woke up at 6:30 in the morning and got a decently early start.  I got to the trail head by about 8:30.  It was still in the upper 50s and I had to wear my jacket for the first couple of miles.

I don't think the rest of my blog (pics and whatnot) will convert here, so here's the link.  Not for traffic, just because I'm lazy. :)

 

https://aquadoggie.wordpress.com/2014/11/03/buescher-state-park-pine-gulch-loop-11214/



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