La Posada Milagro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... in a 4 wheel drive car. The road was rugged bight the flowers were very beautiful.
We ended our drive at Rio Grande Village and Boquillas Canyon on the east side of the park.
We got out of the car and hiked a bit of the Boquillas canyon trail. One interesting thing here was that there warning signs about cars being broken into in the parking lot.
Our last day of exploring was done on the river. We has brought our canoe so we floated an area ...
... split into two canoes - Megan, Derek and Darby in one and Sean and Clark in the other. It was cold and windy my friend. Like an old man ordering soup in a deli. We were heading downstream with the current but the wind was in our face making it a real workout to progress down river. The Rio Grande is shallow for the most part and fairly calm but the winds made it real difficult. ...
So Wednesday was always planned to be our "positioning" day to get close to the airport for our early flight out Thursday morning so we know this was going to be a fluid day. Our day started with heading back to Terlingua so that joy could get an espresso from one of the Bed & Breakfasts there. While he got his coffee and a breakfast burrito, I ...
... Panther Junction
to Rio Grande Village is a 21-mile road that descends 2,000 feet from the park headquarters at Panther Junction to the Rio.
Grande. Maverick Entrance Station to Panther Junction is a 23-mile route from the western entrance of the park to the park
headquarters. Chisos Basin Road is 6 miles long and climbs to
5,679 feet above sea level at ...