Old Schoolhouse Bed and Breakfast

Address: 401 North Front Street, Fort Davis, Texas, 79734, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 401 North Front Street, Fort Davis, is near McDonald Observatory, Davis Mountains State Park, and Fort Laramie National Historic Site.
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      Travel Blogs from Fort Davis

      Day 5: $&@? Idea

      A travel blog entry by jenn.hess.9 on Jul 05, 2014

      8 photos

      ... t distracted from the intricacies of driving in a congested format, and to hear the sounds of mistakes, especially if driving by Braille. Actually that doesn't follow because if you use Braille, you aren't using the radio, or hearing the screaming kids. I guess that's just the dichotomy between using the term literally versus figuratively. Well, anyway, it doesn't matter how far down you turn the radio when you have kids. I couldn't even ...

      On to the Mountains!

      A travel blog entry by dhkidd on Jun 30, 2014

      21 photos

      ... park and checked in - the lodge is at an elevation of 5,200 feet. The rangers who checked us in were very nice, but took a long time to figure out my state employee discount (but it was worth it!). I remembered the ranger Mary Ann from last time I was here (with Tricia Johnson spring break of 2013 - great trip!). Turns out she is a cousin by marriage – her name is Mary Ann Luedecke, and she married John Luedecke who is Elta ...

      Texas - from an old fort to new oil

      A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Jun 10, 2014

      8 photos

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      Not many of the fort's structures remained in June 1867, when Lieutenant Colonel Wesley Merritt and four companies of the recently-organized Ninth U.S. Cavalry reoccupied Fort Davis. The building of a new post, just east of the original site, began immediately. By the end of 1869, a number of officers' quarters, two enlisted men's barracks, a guardhouse, temporary hospital, and storehouses had been erected. Construction continued through ...

      DIPPING WITH DUCKS & CATCHING ROAD RUNNERS

      A travel blog entry by joanandlarry on Feb 11, 2014

      8 comments, 43 photos

      ... the place. The view, scenery, abundant wildlife, unique geological formations, historic buildings and one of the darkest night skies in the U.S. are all spectacular.

      The buildings of the fort have been well preserved and displayed in the manner in which they were originally used when constructed. One almost feels that sense of being there in the height of activity. Sounds of taps and military troops are played ...

      On Top Of The World

      A travel blog entry by patry on May 14, 2013

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... top. The view was absolutely beautiful and we sometimes just can't believe where this trip has taken us and some of the astounding things we've seen.


      Being Mother's Day, Aimee made the executive decision that she was going to have Bruce be the co-pilot and was going to drive to Balmorhea that day. As she had never done any highway driving pulling the trailer Bruce had been a little nervous to let go ...