Hiking with dogs at Campion Trail, Irving, TX

So Do to Muddy trails Hiking concrete hiking pathways on Campion trails the river water is at 34.8 flooding here at the riverfront of the Trinity River Hiked 4 miles Was a good hike 4.38 miles found some good pictures of some wildlife nature trails and more rough concrete hiking pathways hurt my back more I like the dirt and rocky trails the ups and downs of hills are very much better than the concrete hiking pathways do but here are some photo’s of the pathways on Campion trails and woods small pieces of woods and wildlife nature trails but had made the best of it so Happy trails to you till we meet again,

Dogs enjoy the trip
The bridge Over bokman Creek
Freeways bridges are ugly side effects of Progress I think
Hardwoods Post oak trees, and Cottonwoods Lotus Mesquite trees
Osage oranges

These trees are probably most noticeable at this time of year due to the large bright green fruit — called “hedge apples” or “Osage oranges” — that appear on the trees in late summer and early fall. Also known as hedge, hedge apple or bois d’arc trees, these thorny trees are frequently associated with the overgrown and neglected edges of pastures, fields and old farmsteads. In most settings, hedge trees appear to be little more than scrub vegetation in forgotten corners of the landscape…

Osage orange info on the tree
Nice sunny day 😎
Flood 11 foot above the Flood zone wildlife life Refuge
That’s not a statue It is A Egret
Egrets /ˈiːɡrət/ are herons that have white or buff plumage, develop fine plumes (usually milky white) during the breeding season. Egrets are not a biologically distinct group from the herons and have the same build.
riverside Hiking Campion trails
Trail marker

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