A Walk in the Great Trinity Forest

The subsuming green of the Great Trinity Forest.

I parked in the heart the nation’s largest urban bottomland forest under Loop 12 yesterday morning. There were potholes in the boat ramp entrance off to the left, QT branded Styrofoam and cardboard everywhere, empty forties. The smell of urine. It wasn’t what I expected of the opening to the “Trinity Forest and AT&T Trails,” an unfortunately corporate nomenclature for what’s supposed to be a pathway into Mother Earth’s…