Sign of Danger at Gateway Park at the location you are looking at on the left.
Today, at that location, that particular DANGER sign was gone, so I was able to take a picture of my handlebars overlooking the currently green, and running a lot of water, due to recent rain, Trinity River.
DANGER signs still block the other locations, with red tape, that I came upon last Saturday.
Today there was no DANGER sign to warn me that I was about to roll over a snake with a diamond pattern to its snakeskin.
I spotted the snake in sufficient time to avoid hitting it. Though this snake had a diamond pattern, it was not a Diamondback Rattlesnake. Those have big heads and very noticeable rattles, which the snake tends to shake when a human on, or off, wheels gets too close.
Due to the temperature being in the 90 zone, snake mobility is much faster than when the air is in the chilly 70 zone. Which means the snake slithered out of sight before I could get my camera aimed at it.
Speaking of the temperature, and who isn't? The temperature of the water in the pool has warmed up significantly in the past couple days. A week more of this near 100 degree HEAT and getting in the pool will start to be not as refreshing as one would like a dip in the pool to be.
You always hear people asking if a pool is a heated pool. No one ever asks if it is a cooled pool. A cooled pool would be a much bigger asset in Texas than a heated pool. In summer.
Every year there is a standard article in many North Texas news purveyor publications, advising people that it is not possible to add enough ice to ones pool to bring the temperature down to a noticeable degree of chill. Apparently there have been incidents where a Texan will order up a dump truck load of ice to be dumped into a pool, to find out that this was not such a good idea after all.
I noticed this morning that we have reached that time of the year where cold tap water is no longer very cold. But makes for very refreshing showers, which I think I'll avail myself of, right now....