A Walk to Remember

I try and make time every week to go on nature walks. These walks for me are usually my time to really breathe and see clearly of everything in my life. When I go on these walks through various trails it really helps me to let go of anything that I feel is bothering me in my mind and I think a lot of that has to do with the fresh air I am surrounded by that lets me breathe clearly, think clearly, and listen attentively as God uses nature to move through me.

This weekend I took an adventurous walk through Purgatory Creek in San Marcos, Texas. Purgatory Creek is a natural area thats made up of 3 sections: Prospect Park, Lower Purgatory and upper Purgatory. It is home to many different species of plants and animals in the San Marcos area and also is where part of the Edward’s Aquifer runs through.

I haven’t had the chance to try all areas of Purgatory Creek so I’ll tell you about Prospect Park. This section is so beautiful because of the open land and transparent skies. At the beginning of the walk you are led through a trail of lanky trees arching over you and the sound of different birds singing. You are then led to an wide field of grasses and a jaw dropping view of the San Marvelous sky. At that moment is when you open your arms, take a deep breath and smile!

I also had the pleasure of treating myself to some sushi at Sushi Zushi. A great adventure tends to work up an appetite for me and i love trying food from different cultures even though in the U.S. we tend to make our own spin on things which I like to call “Americanize”. Now sushi is a little pricey so I don’t have the chance to eat it all the time due to my life as college student, so when I eat it I tend to eat a lot of it. This was my first time trying Sushi Zushi and I must say that I’d go back there. The service was great and I loved the warm, modern, trendy vibe I experienced in the restaurant. The two rolls I ordered were the Boston roll (left) and the Spider roll (right). Both of these rolls had crab in them but the Boston roll had a different flavor to it I think because it was fried and had a sauce similar to the Chinese General Tso’s sauce whereas the Spider roll tasted a lot more raw and had a sauce called Japanese mayo.


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