Secret swimming spot....The Narrows. Upper south side of Lake Travis near the community of Spicewood. From Austin take Texas 71, turn north on Spur 191, and proceed approximately one mile to Spicewood. Continue traveling north 1.1 miles on Burnet County Road 410 to CR 411, which is a gravel road. Proceed approximately 1.5 miles north to the entrance for the Narrows Recreation Area.

Secret swimming spot....The Narrows. Upper south side of Lake Travis near the community of Spicewood. From Austin take Texas 71, turn north on Spur 191, and proceed approximately one mile to Spicewood. Continue traveling north 1.1 miles on Burnet County Road 410 to CR 411, which is a gravel road. Proceed approximately 1.5 miles north to the entrance for the Narrows Recreation Area.

my old hideout spot in Helotes Texas...had a ton of fun here! It really does look like this too!

my old hideout spot in Helotes Texas...had a ton of fun here! It really does look like this too!

Shark Tank Waterslide, at the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas. I want to go here before I die =)

Shark Tank Waterslide, at the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas. I want to go here before I die =)

Jacob's Well, just outside of Austin. It is one of the longest underwater caves in Texas and an artesian spring. @virtualrach wow!!

Jacob's Well, just outside of Austin. It is one of the longest underwater caves in Texas and an artesian spring. @virtualrach wow!!

Glowing blue objects turning up on Toyama beach - these are firefly squids who spend their days in the deep Pacific Ocean only to go hunting near the ocean’s surface when the sun goes down.  The reason for their blue glow resembling a new streetlight is bioluminescence, which is a chemical reaction inherent in some animals that cause them to generate light such as these guys’ namesake, the firefly.Source: Livedoor Drazuli (Japanese)  Firefly Squid Museum: Website (Japanese)

Glowing blue objects turning up on Toyama beach - these are firefly squids who spend their days in the deep Pacific Ocean only to go hunting near the ocean’s surface when the sun goes down. The reason for their blue glow resembling a new streetlight is bioluminescence, which is a chemical reaction inherent in some animals that cause them to generate light such as these guys’ namesake, the firefly.Source: Livedoor Drazuli (Japanese) Firefly Squid Museum: Website (Japanese)

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