La Posada Milagro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had lunch overlooking the Rio Grande at Langtry, not named for the UK actress Lilly Langtry but for a local railway engineer. Beautiful wild flowers as we approached the park. Known for three things: the Rio Grande river, the Chisos mountains and the surrounding desert. Drive into the Chisos Basin campsite quite spectacular. Camped next to 2 Aussies from Russell Island, ...
... the Rio Grande and Crown Mountain.
We spot two hombres crossing from Mexico into the USA on horseback. Using our binoculars, we can see that they are bringing walking sticks into the USA. We later find a series of unmanned “souvenir stands” which include the walking sticks, wire sculptures, cloth bracelets, and a container for you to place your “donation” or “payment”. These stands are placed at strategic spots ...
... 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 met fellow campers and kindred spirits, Mike & Cathy here. Mike was retired from work with migratory bird populations so we got the inside scoop on the Sandhill Cranes. These at ...
... across from the Mexican town of Boquillas. You are actually able to cross the border into Mexico here and visit the town which is pretty much just a tourist attraction but we decided not to and just do the hiking trail along the border. We did see a few Mexicans cross the river on their horses and donkeys to put their metal art and walking sticks along the trails to sell. They were really pretty peacocks, scorpions, trees, and bugs made out of colorful beads and wires, but ...
... there are mountain lions, black bears and many smaller animals as well in these mountains, which now surprises me. These mountains are still in a desert climate. After seeing the dear trying to lick my salts, I can tell that they must have a hard time finding water and other resources at times. The water source I plan on using is running now due to rain last week, But will most likely be dry by next week. Living in these conditions must create a ...