Lake Somerville State Park & Trailway

Destination: Lake Somerville State Park & Trailway

Date: June 1 and 2nd, 2013

Travel Time from Austin: 1.45 hours

Participants: Bettina, Kelly, Judy, Maria, Suzanne

Saturday Hike: Started on Lake Somerville Trailway from Nails Creek Unit hiked towards Flag Pond – out and back for about a 6 mile hike.

Sunday Hike: It started raining early Sunday morning so we didn’t hike on Sunday.

Notable Wildlife Sightings: many Roseate Spoonbills, American White Pelican (thank you Suzanne for identifying!) and many other birds that Suzanne will have to add to the list. A fawn, a raccoon eating a hamburger, spiders, scorpions and black beetles.

Campsite: 50 at Nails Creek Unit, the best campsite in the park!

Camp Lunch: Quiche (Kelly)

Camp Dinner: Pasta, pesto and summer garden veggies (Bettina) and Couscous (Suzanne)

On the road back to Austin breakfast: Cafe 290

Gear to add to list: Mallet for driving tent stakes, rain jacket

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