Today our walk through the neighborhood will be spent at the Hamilton Greenbelt. I hope you brought your walking shoes and enjoy the stroll.
Here is the entrance to the Greenbelt.
The land and perpetual care for the Greenbelt was donated by Lakeway residents Jack and Myrtle Hamilton who lived in Lakeway from 1975 to 1993. The Greenbelt was opened in 1990.
A broad view of a man-made pond.
The close-up view of the same pond.
Abundant wildflowers and photo spots. Here are bluebonnets.
A sign warning of ants and snakes. Rather deal with an ant than a snake.
Lovely crushed granite paths and more flowers.
These markers are here in case you get lost or hurt you can identify to responders where you are. (Good idea to carry a phone)
I thought the sun through the trees illuminating the cactus bed was peaceful. Too bad I don’t have a $1000.00 camera with filter for a better shot.
A little wall for sitting and contemplation.
More paths and flowers.
A lovely bed of Iris.
An oak that was an acorn during the revolutionary war.
These little white flowers are also in our yard. I wonder what they are?
Here is a location map. We only walked a small portion today. We will come back for the waterfall and other features some other time. Thanks for walking with me.