Mothers Day On the San Marcos River

We celebrated Mother’s Day on the San Marcos River. The weather was perfect and the river had a terrific flow (258 CFS) and an even better flow after the confluence with the Blanco, which added another 1000 CFS. We set the cruise control and enjoyed. We saw tons of turtles, a Yellow-crowned Night Heron, Great Blue Herons, Red Tailed Hawks, a family of Wood Ducks, a family of Mallards, Green Kingfishers, and more. After our paddle trip, we had dinner at the Red Rock Steakhouse. Great Day!

Putting in at City Park
Underneath the railroad bridge
Amy running Rio Vista
Evelyn Running Rio Vista
Alex going under the pedestrian bridge
Amy and Evelyn at IH35
Alex at the Falls
Beautiful Day
Evelyn stopping at the old windmill
The mixing of water at the confluence of the San Marcos and Blanco Rivers (This Drastic color change is due to overnight rain)
On Cummings lake
The tower of Cummings Dam
Cummings Dam Portage on river right
Duane leaving Cummings Dam
CO RD 101 Bridge
Taking the the beautiful blue sky
Take out at San Marcos River Retreat
Dinner at the Red Rock Steakhouse
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