On March 6 the SAILs set off for the lower Bull Creek Greenbelt after Church and Potluck. After all the rain this year, the creek was running - and so were the trails in places. We never did see the elusive Golden-Cheeked Warbler, but we did have to ford the creek (twice), and for at least some people, the water was refreshing (others didn't quite use such a pleasant description of the cold water). Ray led out in a discussion of parables that the Pathfinders thought of from their observations along the path. The Bull Creek hike was a follow-up to our February 6 hike along the Barton Creek Greenbelt, another muddy spring tromp through the woods.