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TripAdvisor Reviews Badlands Terlingua
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... 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 ...
Our very first US National Park and it was so amazing! We stayed 3 nights over Easter long weekend, there are 3 campgrounds so we stayed a night at each. First was Rio Grande which was really cool, on the river that borders onto Mexico with a beautiful hot spring near by. Second was Chisos Basin nestled in the mountains with beautiful views and third the lush lowlands of Cottonwood with Javelinas, Red Racers and Road ...
... Jim and I went to a place called The Starlight Theater of which has been turned into a bar and restaurant. We were going for one beer, but guess what we started talking to some people and did not return home until after 11. That's what happens around here, crazy fun.
Tomorrow will be another day to enjoy I am sure.
No pictures today.
Jim and Kathy
Today in our adventure there are a lot of photo's of the road, it's because it was a very weird road. Very steep and a lot of curves as you can see. I felt like I was on a roller coaster.
The river you see is the Rio Grande in all the photo's, it's not as Grand as it used to be. Lack of rain!
Jim and Kathy
Other places to stay in Terlingua
HC 70, Box 204 , Terlingua | Hotelfrom $79