Great day at Cedar Hill State Park (Fall+colors birds water wild+animals ). Photo by Rescued77
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Great day at Cedar Hill State Park

Uploaded by: Rescued77

Monday November 14, 2011

Cedar Hill, TX (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Lots of ducks and Coots too- warm and windy day- 80*. American Wigeons and Coots.

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Rescued77

Learned to love storms here in Texas! The big sky, long view make for incredible viewing as storms approach. And there's so much more to this beautiful state! Trees, flower and birds of so many kinds. The land itself is incredibly diverse- canyons, deserts, Pine woodlands, Oak woods, prairie both flat and rolling, rivers, lakes- I truly love Texas. i've thoroughly enjoyed seeing all the pictures posted here by so many folks with so many different perspectives and climates- what riches! "Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your steps."

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