Travel Blogs from Lajitas, United States

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Lajitas' Mayor is a Goat!, Lajitas, United States travel blog

Lajitas' Mayor is a Goat!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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... say New York. Maybe he's heading to California. If I see him, I'll definitely remember him...the van, that is.   I drive to Lajitas. I didn't see the Mayor, but I did find the Ultimate Hide-Out.   The Lajitas Resort and Spa is situated on a ...

Canoe Trip on Rio Grande River, Lajitas Texas, United States travel blog

Canoe Trip on Rio Grande River

A travel blog entry by socks

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... Colorado for 1,865 miles to the Gulf of Mexico near Brownsville, TX. For 1,250 miles, the Rio Grande is the boundary between the United States and Mexico. One side of the river is in the United States and the other side is in Mexico. In a remote stretch ...

Driving through Big Bend National Park, Lajitas Texas, United States travel blog

Driving through Big Bend National Park

A travel blog entry by socks

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Big Bend National Park is one of the largest and least visited of the National Parks. Primary reasons include its remote location, vast deserts, canyons, environment, and weather. Big Bend has more than 801,000 acres at elevations that range from less ...

A 2 day hike through Big Bend, Lajitas Texas, United States travel blog

A 2 day hike through Big Bend

A travel blog entry by socks

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Big Bend has 150 miles of hiking trails. The most popular hiking trails are found in the Chisos Mountains. Views are spectacular due to jagged range of cliffs and peaks reaching 7,825 feet at the pinnacle. These mountains are located in the center of Big ...

Big Bend ATV Tour, Lajitas Texas, United States travel blog

Big Bend ATV Tour

A travel blog entry by socks

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There are 260 miles of roads in Big Bend NP of which 160 of these miles are primitive dirt roads. Our tour guide related historic tales of the old west; he identified unique plants and vegetation, and had us view Native American remnants. It was a two ...

Arrived Maverick Ranch RV Park, Lajitas Texas, United States travel blog

Arrived Maverick Ranch RV Park

A travel blog entry by socks

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... ;of Big Bend National Park (NP). We will use this as our base for the next week. Adjacent to the RV Park is Lajitas Golf and Spa Resort. This is a quaint little hotel set in the western atmosphere overlooking the mountain ranges of Big Bend National ...

Lajitas for the Night, Lajitas, United States travel blog

Lajitas for the Night

A travel blog entry by mexidane

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A Stop in the town of Lajitas before heading out to our campspot - Arenosa...nice sandy spot right on the ...

That's Mexico across the river ..., Lajitas, United States travel blog

That's Mexico across the river ...

A travel blog entry by huppwits

We didn't make it all the way through the park but we did have a nice driving day along the Rio Grande and to Lajitas TX. You've got to want to be here! ...

Deep In The Heart, Part 2: Lajitas and Big Bend, Lajitas, United States travel blog

Deep In The Heart, Part 2: Lajitas and Big Bend

A travel blog entry by chadhanson

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... of our clothing items and belongings blown out into the desert. We spent about an hour scouring the desert for our stuff! Our stay in Lajitas and exploration of Big Bend was one of the highlights for us in Texas, and for our trip as a whole. We preferred ...

Big Bend, Lajitas, United States travel blog

Big Bend

A travel blog entry by bparsons75

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... of a beer on the porch of the general store, with the most wonderful mountain view a hundred miles away.   Final stop was Lajitas, where for just $100 (another last second deal!) we got the best room facing south over the Rio Grande into Mexico. ...

Lone Star State of Mind, Brewster, United States travel blog

Lone Star State of Mind

A travel blog entry by snipey324

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Behind again on my blog... Texas was next on the list and as its nearly twice as big as Germany it was no small task. Houston is huge, sprawling every way we looked when we went up the Chase tower. Aside from the museums there isn't much to do. Our ...

Rio Grande: Discuss, Lajitas, United States travel blog

Rio Grande: Discuss

A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb

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The Rio Grande forms the principal, southern border between the United States and Mexico. I always thought the river must be a great, rushing monument separating two distinct countries and cultures on this great continent. Turns out, the river barely ...

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