A Day in Texas

We headed off to Enchanted Rock, just north of Fredricksburg, Texas today.  Enchanted Rock is a huge pink granite outcrop.  We climbed to the top.  The main migration has passed but monarchs are still passing through.  We saw several gliding down over the rock.  

We arrived in Eagle Pass, Texas around 5:30 or so and had a good dinner with Carol Cullar. I’ll try to get a group photo in the morning.  The group is now complete: Ba Rea, Bill and Susan Fry, and Carol Cullar.  We expect to get our papers together and leave for Mexico in the morning. We should be in Saltillo by the end of the day.

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I am a naturalist, illustrator/author and educator who has been raising and releasing monarch butterflies for over 40 years.
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