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Sunset over Georgetown Lake on Christmas Day, 2008
Sunset over Georgetown Lake on Christmas Day, 2008
Sunset over Georgetown Lake on Christmas Day, 2008, on the Good Water Trail leading to Crockett Gardens and Falls.
User: infernoii - 12/25/2008

Location: Good Water Trail

Rating:
Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 5.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: 2 hours, 30 minutes

Comments:

Very enjoyable hike.  We drove up from San Antonio and had a late start so we didn't start hiking until about 3pm.  We passed two groups on the way there and two groups on the way back and no boats in the water.  It has been very dry so we took the trail down through the brambles to see the falls from below.  Our dogs enjoyed the walk as well, although the trail is very rocky and I was a little concerns they would cut their paws on the sharp rocks.  We were lucky enough to see the sun set over Georgetown Lake on the way back which was beautiful.  Over-all, a very nice hike.



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Sunset over Georgetown Lake on Christmas Day, 2008
Sunset over Georgetown Lake on Christmas Day, 2008

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