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... groove, it's been while! Monday, We'd, Fri, must be there! Tacos de pollo at Jax Snacks, and now taking a sun break by the pool. We found out yesterday Cindi and Jim won't be here when we thought. Maybe another week or two! Connie and Butch are coming for camerones and pasta tonight. Bought the shrimp here in the park. BT W I did get a phone and it's been very ...
... and horse roamed the landscape. The climate at that time was more moderate than today and supported a more lush vegetation that included pine, juniper, and oak woodlands in the canyons, with luxuriant grasslands on the uplands. These early people developed a hunting culture based upon large mammals, such as the mammoth and bison. No known evidence exists that these first inhabitants produced any rock paintings. By 7,000 ...
... have waited a long time for. A visit to the Frio Bat Caves! We
arrived at the appointed gate well before sunset and waited for our
guide to lead us to the cave. Our meeting time came and went, still
no guide! I was about to give up when a couple from Colorado showed
up with the combination to the gate. A friend had set them up for an
evening at the caves and they seemed kind of glad to have run on to
someone there to share it ...
... The pictographs are disappearing because of the sun, wind, rain and vandalism. Pictures of all the pictographs were taken decades ago so that the colors and designs will be preserved for mankind. They have posted copies of these pictures on signs throughout the canyon so that you can compare. Some of the pictographs will not be seen at all in twenty years. This park contains some of the most outstanding examples not only in ...
Left Guadalupe Mountains & travelled down through Marfa to Presidio, which is on the Mexican border. From there we travelled the Farm to Market 170 road which follows the Rio Grande river. Someone had told us about this road & we were glad they did, the scenery was stunning. Went through Lajitas & Terlingua & in to Big Bend National Park where we camped at Chisos Basin campground. The drive to there was every bit as spectacular as our earlier ...
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