TX 1458, Buller RD, Coump Ferry RD, TX 359, Pine Island, US 6, Navasota, TX 90, Roans Prairie, TX 30, Huntsville, Trinity River, TX 19, TX 94, Apple Springs, Lufkin, TX 59, Nacogdoches, La Nana Creek trail, Henderson, TX 259, TX 43, Marshall, TX 49, Jefferson, Turning Basin, TX 49, TX 259, Daingerfield, Sulphur River, De Kalb, The Red River…
Had Breakfast at a great Picnic Area on TX 30, “30°37’46.93″N 95°52’35.66″W”! Found a great place to spend the afternoon on the Trinity River boat ramp on TX 19, between Huntsville and Trinity, “30°51’28.52″N 95°23’55.60″W”. It has trails in both north and south along the river where seems to be bums leaving bags of trash after spending time along the river. But if you can look past that the old hi way bridge and the Rotating Railroad Bridge are great photo opportunities.
We road our bikes on the La Nana Creek trail in Nacogdoches and a little around the town. The usual Collage town really, Zombies walking the campus with there mask on and not paying attention to anyone or anything. Don’t recommend the trail for bikes as it is very rough and muddy after a rain. Found another great picnic area on TX 43 just north of Tatum “32°21’32.82″N 94°27’57.82″W”. Turned out to be a great place to overnight.
Jefferson Texas! What a great find this is, Church Bells, Trains at all hours with horns blowing, Free over night parking, $12 Electric and Water, Free dump station, Amazing Board walk on the Big Cypress Bayou, Bike riding town for sure lots of old time things to see. Train Museum, and Train rides, Jefferson Ghost Walk, lots of shops and restaurants. There is no end to it here. Lois compares it to Fredericksburg. Did I mention Free overnight parking? “32°45’20.48″N 94°20’39.67″W” If you can believe it this place 130 years ago was the second largest inland sea port in Texas!