This past weekend, V and I decided to go on our first spring trip to see Bluebonnets, the state flower of Texas.

Enjoying the beauty of the vast range of wildflowers, especially the Bluebonnets, that bloom across Texas during spring is an annual tradition for a lot of Texans. Getting out and photographing them is a ritual for some.

I’ll let the pictures do the talking.

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Bluebonnets galore at Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area

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V, cycling in the Bluebonnet fields.

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Us in the Bluebonnet fields.

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Indian Blanket Flowers

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These pictures are predominantly taken at Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area, and in the Marble Falls/Fredericksburg, TX area. You should definitely make a visit and some memories!

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