Adventure Location: Seminole Canyon State Park, Texas
Adventure Date: 3-2-2017
WE are now in wild country, critter wise that is. Some of the know critters are mountain lions, Mexican wolves, rattle snakes, coyotes and many other critters that do not consider the humans to be at the top of the food chain.
After arriving here today and getting a decent lunch put to work generating energy, the OFM took the Teams out for a walk which turned into quite an adventure. But before we get to all that the Teams have a question for our readers.
We were carefully exploring a new to us canyon and followed it up to where it went under the old railroad bed via a culvert. The opening to the culvert is about two feet wide and three feet tall. From the side we were on there is a scramble of basketball size rocks about six feet tall to get to the opening that is slightly covered with woody brush.
If an old fat man was to get on his stomach and slither up that pile of rocks like a snake that is probably already hiding in the rocks to take a picture through the culvert, is he being brave (his word) or stupid (our word)?
Please vote in the comments. The Teams do not consider that to be the best way of trying to have tooooo much fun.