Guadalupe River


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Guadalupe River

A river, about 370 km (230 mi) long, of southeast Texas flowing southeast to San Antonio Bay.
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In my youth, I would bring my air rifle from my house, which is a short walk to the Guadalupe River and go down the cliff to walk on the riverbed of the Guadalupe River and shoot at birds.
There will be future parks and walking trails within the master plan community, nearby Guadalupe River City Park and Alum Rock Park in the Diablo Range foothills.
Kerrville's system is more traditional - it captures water from the Guadalupe River in cooler months when water demand dips.
Major organization : UPPER GUADALUPE RIVER AUTHORITY
Nagiel Baacia, head of the city's Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office, said heavy rains on Thursday afternoon loosened the soil and uprooted bamboo trees along the Guadalupe River, triggering a landslide in the village.
The Blanco River drains 600 km2 of the Guadalupe River drainage and is typical of many Edwards Plateau streams by having clear hard water and predominately bedrock substrates.
The Guadalupe River watershed, one of the smallest basins in Texas, belies the abundant, rich biological diversity found there--due in large part to the vast perforated-limestone Edwards Aquifer that lies beneath the surface.
The nonprofit Mo-Ranch maintains a 500-acre parcel along the Guadalupe River as a haven for spiritual retreats, conference, summer and day camps, weddings, corporate events, vacation getaways, outdoor sports and recreation.
Mercado earlier said that the cost of the third bridge will include the acquisition of the road right-of way-and beautification of the Guadalupe River easement.
Perched on a red velvet chair tied to a raft, I floated down the serene green waters of the Guadalupe River.
Martin Marietta Materials participated in this year's 12th annual Upper Guadalupe River Authority (URGA) clean-up on July 25.
Cullen Hanks was sitting in the dark on a moonless night by the banks of the Guadalupe River, crouched under a glowing sheet lit by a black light.