Thank you Carolyn Stephens for recommending we see the Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs. It is a beautiful place full of history and lots of animals.
There were several buildings on the premises with sign boards to explain what the buildings were originally used for.
The concrete paths were easy to walk on and gives the traveler an opportunity to miss the animal droppings. The man in the blue shirt is feeding bunny rabbits.
He feeds the bunnies and protects them from the pigeons who peck at the bunnies to get the food as they both eat the same kind of food.
There is so much beauty in this park, including this tree that is leaning a bit, just to get your attention.
There are several peacocks on the property. The males strut around in all their beauty while the docile females stay close and watch.
There are many sign boards that provide information about the 698 acre park. It is interesting to know how it was used, by whom, and how it is used today.
When we arrived at the park, we saw several people and many horses. It is good to see the place is still being used by people and not just for historical display.
Steve and I enjoy informational sign boards. There is always so much to learn. This is the first time I have heard of “Brangus” cattle.
When we happened upon this sun kissed gazebo, we lingered and thought of the many ways it could be used in pictures or ceremonies. We later learned that the Floyd Lamb Park hosts weddings and is a popular spot for glamour photography.
Floyd Lamb Park at 9200 Tule Spring Road in Las Vegas, NV is truly worth a visit. I regret that I did not take pictures of the beautiful lakes at the park. Next time.
In the meantime, explore the beauty around you.
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