La Posada Milagro
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... we continued southeast, landing in McNeal, AZ to camp at the Whitewater Draw Wildlife Refuge (free) where we witnessed thousands of wintering Sandhill Cranes. That was a great surprise for us. Fantastic- dark clouds of the cranes flying overhead - thousands- and their calls deafening, reminding us of the flying monkeys in the Wizard of Oz as they came in to roost. A resident Great Horned Owl roosted in the barn there during the day, as well. We ...
... had hoped to do some hiking that day to work off the Mexican food but we made up for it in the next few days.
Jan 16th – Big Bend NP (Grapevine Hills)
We started the next morning by doing a little 1 mile nature trail along the Rio Grande that was right next to our campsite. The Rio Grande flows all along the Mexican-American border and in some places is just a quick step across. It was strange to see how easy it was to cross into Mexico ...
... hours of rest without the cushion. The big plus to not being able to sleep though was being able to stare at a perfectly dark sky lit up with only stars and the haze of the milky way above. I must of seen parts of at least 30 shooting stars. That's one powerful wish! Somebody told me that, I think it was 3/4ths of kids will never see the milky way in there life due to light and air pollution. That sucks! A clear sky is beauty. Thinking about all that's ...
During spring break, 2007, we went to Big Bend National Park.
BBNP is one of those parks that you don't pass through on the way to somewhere else. This park is located in the southwest part of Texas.
From Arkansas, it is a 2-3 day drive, depending on how long you want to drive each day. We took two days going down, but slowed down a bit and took 3 days going home.
Once in the Big Bend area, we camped at a campground in Terlingua, which is just ...
... and Darby got in fully with their suits while Sean and Clark soaked their cold feet. Megan only warmed her hands. The second half of our float was swifter, warmer and took us through an awesome canyon with huge walls on both the U.S. And Mexico side. The family is now tired and relaxing to an episode of sponge Bob. Tomorrow we will explore Big Bend on our own with no agenda. Good ...