We are atypical tourists who like to go off the beaten path to see where the real people live. We took the Willow City Loop in late March when the bluebonnets were just starting to bloom. It was lovely, and afforded many idyllic sights and near and far views of hill country and the native flora and fauna. Be aware that local traffic moves pretty fast on these narrow back roads and there are not always adequate places to pull off the road to snap photographs. Keep your eyes peeled for free-ranging livestock and wildlife, too. Well worth the price of admission: free but for the price of gas.
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