Broke Mill Rv Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBroke Mill Rv Park Del Rio
Camping très propre, bien aménagé avec un personnel accueillant et des prix très abrodables.
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Travel Blogs from Del Rio
... Michler made a reconnaissance of the Rio Grande above and below its junction with the Pecos for the United States and Mexico Boundary Commission. After the Civil War, Lieutenant Bullis and his Seminole-Negro scouts operated in the area, and Bullis blasted a wagon road into the Pecos Canyon near the Rio Grande to provide the military with a shorter route between forts Clark and Davis. In 1882, construction of the Southern ...
... Very cool weather.
Saw windmill farms on distant hills that were quite impressive.
Bummer, was told that we had to move our bikes from the protective lobby entrance to the parking lot, Fire Lane. Hope Hail will not come our way. Richard and I have protective covers for half the bike. First time in all my stays at Hiltons, I have to move bike, Manager said ...
... here. Today we extend for another two nights. We went to Langtry, Tx
on a side-trip. The town was established by Judge Roy Beam along the
route of the new railroad. Crossing the Pecos River Gorge was never
The first trestle was over two-thousand
feet long and almost three-hundred feet above the river!
(footnote, the old bridge was
disassembled, shipped ...
4th Nov. cont.
We then continued on to Del Rio. Here we fuelled up again and stopped at Amistad Recreation Area where we did a short walk to view the lake and then shortly afterwards, made another stop at Amistad Dam. In the middle of this dam is the border of Mexico and the US. We had been told by a park ranger that if ...
... fibers preserved for thousands of years by the arid desert climate.
Over 4,000 years ago, they painted distinctive ancient symbols on the walls of their rock-shelters. The canyon walls themselves served as blank canvas. They obtained everything from nature – variously colored minerals for paint pigments, animal fats and urine for binders, shells or flat rocks for palettes, and fibrous plant leaves for ...