One of the best things about this part of Texas
is the region north of San Antonio and west of IH35.
Also known as the Edwards Plateau, this geologic zone was
formed millions of years ago.
Texas was under the ocean back then, and the bones and shells
of uncountable sea creatures eventually became the limestone
our homes rely on for support.
Gentle hills of porous stone that hold our bedrock: precious water
and weekend dreams.
Here's a view from above the Guadalupe River: