Friday, November 25, 2011

Pedernales Falls State Park - Part 2

Pedernales Falls State Park is a little over 5,000 acres. It was opened to the public in 1971.

Due to lack of rain there isn’t much water going over the falls right now. It’s still a beautiful area.

This limestone is over 300 million years old.

There are fish trapped in some of these deep holes.

They are hard to see but there are fish in here!

They no longer allow swimming in this area. It’s quite dangerous around the falls if the river is running hard.

We also did a little hiking in the park.

The trees are getting their Fall colors.

We're still taking pictures! Stay tuned for Pedernales Falls - Part 3

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