Looking to get outside?
If you are like most folks now days, you are trying to spend a little more time outside – and socially spaced. While we are all very tired of COVID 19 and the limitations it has imposed on us, I would like to suggest spending some time outdoors . . . in a park. Specifically a Texas State Park near you.
Some of you may know that I have served on the Texas State Park Advisory Committee for years. Parks are my passion, and they do not get much better than our own state parks. While the coronavirus has definitely had a negative impact on the state budget, our state parks are hopping. In fact, Rodney Franklin, the Director of Texas State Parks, recently reported to our group that every day seems like spring break as Texans seek to safely spend time enjoying our wonderful parks. The camping is limited to 75% capacity and many parks hit their limit on day users, so reservations are definitely recommended; but with a little planning, Texans can find that perfect place to get away for a day or a week. If you have never visited any of our nearly 90 state parks, well now is the perfect time. Get out and do something! We as like to say, “Life’s better outside.” Come join us. You won’t regret it.
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Jeff Stewart, CCIM , SRES