Beach in Central Texas

Dan and I made plans to pack a light lunch to take to the beach on Saturday but right before we decided to drive off, it began to storm really hard. The next thing we knew, the power went out. We didn’t get to go to the beach but we still enjoyed the rain and those spring roll bentos did not go to waste. We packed vegetarian spring rolls made with Thai basil, bean sprouts, rice noodles, lettuce, and carrots. It was so colorful and light. It was the perfect meal for those dwindling Summer days. Luckily, the next day the sun came out and we got to drive out to Granbury and swim around the lake. I can’t wait for Fall. Texas heat has been unbearable.








2 thoughts on “Beach in Central Texas

  1. There’s still water in the Lake??? Drought conditions have been terrible. We’re on 2x per month watering and have been since last November. My Dad has a condo on Richland-Chambers with my younger brother. His pontoon boat in on the ground!!!

    • I know! We need all the rain we can get. I was surprised there was still water on Lake Granbury! Most of my patio plants have been doing poorly. The only survivors in my garden are Thai and Sweet Basil. 😦

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