Nature heritage hiking with family and dogs in nature

Greetings to everyone, Welcome back to nature Spiritually inlighten your life hiking with dogs in nature… Blessings be on your wellbeing and HappyNess hiking with dogs in nature… More exciting adventures here at L.B Houston Trails Dallas, Texas cleaned 2 bags of trash off the trails weather was mildly warm 64 with low winds 4 to 7 miles per hour hiked 1.9 miles trails cleaning trash injoying seeing the place looking better cleaned but a lot more to clean indeed a work in progress… Made the best of it really enjoyed the hike Dogs loved it they ran around off in to the forest, As Im been working on this nature Trails for this week at L.B Houston Trails Dallas, Texas a great Trinity river Greenbelt Trailhead starts at California crossings trails this lands are the same lands Texas President Sam Houston came to East Texas back in 1835 with the U.S Army using Indians scouts To bring peace to These Indians as in a peace Agreement to The Cherokee who Ruled this area with The Wichita, Comanche, Caddo, Cherokee also said that they lived in nature the natives lifestyle as a part of nature using natural resources and living in perfect Harmony with nature its hard work but the life was rougher and somewhat Savage and the wetlands area was very good resources back in the 1800s but this days the water was very nice drinkable really not this days… Ewww clean it with A Boil for 3 hrs on high and use a filters like Charcoal with sand or dirt then drinkable but not the best tasting water, you can all ways Reverse osmosis but who got all the time for that lol…

Teaming with Green Algal blooms are natural occurring over growths of algae caused by sunlight, slow water, or excess nutrients. Pollution runoff from humans can also increase nutrients in the water and cause an algal bloom. Algae affect not only the health of a river but also the color. The color caused by algae can vary from a dark green to almost a reddish color. Algae consume nutrients from the water along with dissolved oxygen causing negative effects on the ecosystem of the river. Once the algae begin decaying it releases methane gas causing foul odors. This algae decay can also severely reduce oxygen levels in the water causing problems for aquatic life.
Portrait of General Sam Houston, made in about 1861 by Mathew Brady.
Sam Houston During his first term as president (1836-1838), Houston held conferences with Indian leaders in an attempt to address past grievances and establish new trust. He appointed agents to deal with the tribes and to run government trading houses.
https://www.tsl.texas.gov/exhibits/texas175/cherokee.html

Treaty Between Texas Commissioners and the Cherokee Indians, 1836. Texas Indian Papers, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Well it’s that time again Happy trails to you till we meet again Happy trails…

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