The Wayward Nature of the Sometimes Islands in Lake Travis

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You can find evidence of prior use of the Sometimes Islands before the lake took over. Reports have indicated visitors finding concrete foundations and stumps from juniper trees. Explore the area the next time the Sometimes Islands appear to see what you can find. Though not on the Sometimes Islands in Lake Travis, when the lake level dropped in 2015, bluebonnets took over the newly revealed land near Spicewood Beach, proving the resilience of Texas land and flora.


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