STRAWN — Bright yellow competed with lime and darker greens as James Adams showed off his office recently.
The red oak, ashe juniper, cedar and elm trees were only beginning to put on their annual show.
“This is nothing down here,” Adams said from behind the wheel of a Texas Parks and Wildlife Department four-by-four Suburban. “Some of the most beautiful places out here, you can’t drive to them. That’s your reward for hiking — you get the best view.”