The Blanco River winds its way through the Texas Hill Country for eight seven miles, its water clean and green. Spanish explorers named it the White River for the pale limestones along its banks and bluffs. The authors have paddled, walked and waded the Blanco, exploring its people, wildlife and its natural beauty.. The devastating flood of 2015 scarred the river and killed twelve people. The Nature Conservancy and private landowners are working to restore the beauty and function of the river. Illustrated with color photos. 9 x 10 size.
Photography by Jacob Croft Botter and foreword by Andrew Sansom.