Fort Worth Botanical Gardens, Texas

It’s been a while since I lasted posted anything so I thought i’d share one of our Autumn trips to the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens. The gardens here are open all year round and have plenty to do and see. There’s plenty of trails around the grounds as well for those people looking to enjoyContinue reading “Fort Worth Botanical Gardens, Texas”

Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, Texas

Enjoying the last of the summer sun decided to take a trip downtown and enjoy the sunset at the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. I took a brief trip down there earlier this year but rather stupidly, i accidently deleted all my photos from the visit so i thought it would be worthwhile to go backContinue reading “Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, Texas”

Caddo Lake State Park, Texas

Having spent so long in the DFW metroplex over the last few months, we decided to take a trip to East Texas and Caddo Lake State Park. Caddo Lake is a large lake and bayou on the state border of Louisiana and Texas, around 3 hours east of Dallas. It’s named after the native americanContinue reading “Caddo Lake State Park, Texas”

White Rock Lake, Dallas

Having reached the height of summer here in Texas, I’ve been trying to get out and enjoy the nice weather as much as possible. Thankfully with White Rock Lake on our doorstep it’s been great to enjoy some of the trails there. White Rock Lake is a reservoir in North Dallas, It’s great for hiking,Continue reading “White Rock Lake, Dallas”

Fort Worth Stockyards, Texas

With the temporary reprieve in lockdown rules here in Texas a few weeks ago we managed to visit the Stockyards in Fort Worth. For anyone who hasn’t been or heard of it before i highly recommend you go there if you’re ever in North Texas. The Stockyards are a site of huge historic importance forContinue reading “Fort Worth Stockyards, Texas”

Lake Tawakoni State Park, Texas

We recently took a trip East of Dallas to Lake Tawakoni State Park. It’s around 50 miles to the east of DFW and situated in serene countryside surroundings. The lake is named after the Tawakoni Indian people who lived in North Eastern Texas prior to the arrival of Europeans. At the park itself there’s aContinue reading “Lake Tawakoni State Park, Texas”

Downtown Dallas, Texas

Thought i’d share a few random photos i’ve taken over the last 6 months of living here. All of these were taken in around the Downtown area of Dallas. Looking forward to being able to get back out and about again and hopefully take some more photos soon.

Cedar Hill State Park

Took a trip recently South of Dallas to Cedar Hill State Park. It’s a cool outdoor area with a huge lake and a bunch of trails, there were 3 in total varying between 3, 8, 12 miles in distance. Depending on where you park you can also get a good view of some sites inContinue reading “Cedar Hill State Park”

Texas Roadtrips

Being stuck at home over the last few weeks has given me an abundance of time to go through old photos. Before I moved to Texas at the end of last year I visited twice, first in the winter of 2016 and then again in the summer of 2017. During both these trips we managedContinue reading “Texas Roadtrips”

Twin Falls & Boise, Idaho

We decided to take a brief trip away from Elko for a few days. Due to Northern Nevada being so remote our only real options were to either head west to Reno, East back into Utah or head north into Southern Idaho. We decided to head north and go into Idaho. The journey to BoiseContinue reading “Twin Falls & Boise, Idaho”