The July Fourth Weekend is behind us and we are smack in the middle of summer. This weekend is a great weekend to get back out to the local parks for some fun and outdoor recreation. There are a few exciting programs out there this weekend.
In the years of 1981-1987 Texas Parks and Wildlife stocked smallmouth bass fry and fingerlings into Lake Texoma. Because of its deep, cool water and miles of rocky shoreline, smallmouth bass have thrived. Since this time, there have been several trophy smallies taken from its water.
The Watkins Glen State Park is absolutely breath taking. The sheer beauty of it is spell binding. The hiking trail winds through an ancient, glacier carved gorge. The three different paths will take you by two hundred foot cliffs and nineteen different waterfalls. But be forewarned that one should be in good health because some trails are a steep climb. At the top is the recreation area. This is where you will find a swimming pool and picnic area. Do not forget to stop by the gift shop at the bottom of gorge to pick up your souvenirs.
Of the five categories of tea, green tea is probably the most well-known. It is an unfermented tea. Because green tea is not fermented, its tea leaves maintain its original and natural color. Some well known green tea include Longjing tea from Hangzhou’s West regions login, Biluochun tea from Jiangsu, Maofeng tea from the Huangshan Mountains of Anhui Province, and Liu’an Guopian tea from Liu’an County of Anhui Province.
So what makes a trophy smallmouth? Unlike their largemouth cousin, smallmouth bass typically do not reach the same size. While the ten pound mark signifies a trophy largemouth, a six pound smallie is considered a prize. Lake Texoma offers anglers an exclusive chance at one of these treasures. Plus, three, four and five pound smallmouth are becoming common.
Drink tea. You have heard it right. But you might be wondering that it is again a most common thing to suggest, go for a green tea to loose weight. Both pure and light in flavors heavenly in aromas and teeming with healthy nutrients; Green Tea is something for the eyes, nose, mouth and body. I am revealing a great secret here.
Australia is like a rare piece of jewelry. It sparkles all day and all night. The entire country speaks of a typical Australian personality-warm, cheeky, friendly, impulsive, and outgoing. Sailing in Australia is basically like that. It’s a combination of fun and activity under the typical Australian sun.