From 2013 to 2015, I visited Camp Bayou County Park very many times. The park has many trails, a butterfly garden, and an outdoor Seminole village exhibit. It has a miniature, outdoor, self-service library. In past visits, I have seen snakes, turtles, and very many birds. I saw something new every time I went, such as these orange vines, these green vines, and these flat beans:
I also saw wild pigs, an armadillo, a moth with antennae five times longer than its body, and this mole highway:
There are also many signs to keep you on the trails, even though the trails are very clear, and the signs are not:
My name is Dan. I am an author, artist, explorer, and contemplator of subjects large and small.