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Mineral Wells State Park YRE
11K Route

Both routes started out the same. When you get to the bottom of the hill, turn right for the 11K route. This pedestrian bridge will take you over Hwy 180.

There was a bench along the trail that Lenore took advantage of.

There was a bridge over Rock Creek.

Not sure what this old building was used for.

There was a rocky hillside along one side of the trail.

The other side of the trail was littered with red brick.

Entering Palo Pinto County. It took us 3 hours to do this walk, and only 15 minutes was spent in Palo Pinto County. I was going to say I walked Palo Pinto County, but I think I'll hold out for an event at Possem Kingdom Lake! Picture taken by Lenore.

We have reached the turnaround and are now headed back. This horse posed in front of this small pond with an island.

This appears to be a cross on the hill as we are about to cross the bridge. As we got closer to it, it looked more like a totum pole.

Going out the wind had been at our backs. Coming in we were facing into the wind.

We are getting close to the finish. This is the bridge over Hwy 180.

We spotted an armadillo along the trail. You mainly see these as road kill. It was neat watching this one.

Climbing the switchbacks back to the trail head.

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