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January 13- February 12
So here we are at the Big Bend. That sentence holds a double meaning. We have arrived at Big Bend National Park, Texas. Yes. But we have also - since the last post - taken the big bend in the road. That is, for the first time since we left home, we have turned our noses to the east and are slowly but decidedly making our way in the direction towards home. Having said that, however, we are still a long way, and a few ...
... we wer debating staying a little longer when more and more people started showing up so we figured it was time to go. Chris and I like our solitude it seems. Back at our van it was time to leave Big Bend. I am so happy with my experience and the fact that it really did live up to all my expectations. The weather was beautiful, the trails were all different and had so much to offer and the vastness of the park was breathtaking.
... were driving to Big Bend to camp when the driver of the vehicle either fell asleep or lost control and swerve to the side, he must have overcorrected causing the truck they were in to flip multiple times and end up facing the opposite direction. They were saved by the guardrail otherwise they could have flipped right off the road and not even been spotted right away. A trucker arrived on scene first and radioed for help. Their things were strewn across the road and when I ...
... reggae-hip-hop rhythms with a little Johnny Cash; the girls took an immediate liking to the Man in Black, particularly a Boy Named Sue. Rounding things out with the Sugar Hill Gang's "Apache (Jump On It)," we felt fully immersed in our surroundings.
Upon arrival, we immediately embarked upon a hike into the mountains, where we watched a gorgeous sunset and kept our eyes open for bears and coyotes. Note that when one is on a *walking* (rather ...
... leaves the mountains and enters the desert created it our little ecosystem. I feel as if it is one of the most beautiful little place that I have been. The rocks that have fallen from the mountain above are nice and smooth from the water running past them for years. The trees seem different from the rest I have seen in the park. The sun on the waterfall has created a rainbow. I wish I could stay here for a couple days and soak it all up. But there is a ...
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