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... lunch before heading off to Fort Davis, the next stop on this magical mystery tour!
A couple of hours of plains and mountains later and we arrive at our hotel in Fort Davis - the Fort Davis Drug Store and Hotel. This is an old fashioned diner that has six hotel bedrooms upstairs. We have the South of the Border bedroom, which has two double beds in it and is furnished with an eclectic mix of furniture and Indian soft furnishings!
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Back to the lodge – the three of us had wine time with snacks while Kelly went to the Black Bear restaurant at the lodge (he said it was just OK). The Millers joined us and we had a great time chatting with them plus the Aggie neighbor couple and their two young sons (they were very nice). Kelly and I left the 80 year olds to continue the party, and we headed to bed.
Thursday July ...
... platform. We rode down to Big Bend National Park on Thursday. The Mexicans come across the Rio Grande River and place their crafts on the rocks for sale. They leave signs and containers to leave your money. It is illegal to purchase or have these items in your possession. Just driving in the park we went from flat desert to mountains. ...
... Road Runner.
BEEP ! BEEP !
Well, today I caught Road Runner - on camera, that is.
How fun was THAT ? FUN !
The one I "caught" today was about the size of a banty rooster. Now, either I was quite small at the time of seeing the cartoons; my memory is faulty; or they don't make 'm so big any more. But the Road Runner I remember was about the size of a kangaroo. hmmmm . . .
Our next stop up in the mountains to the McDonald Observatory which is equipped with a wide range of instrumentation for imaging and spectroscopy in the optical and infrared spectra, and operates the first lunar laser ranging station. It works closely with the astronomy department of the University of Texas at Austin.
The high and dry peaks of the ...