U.S. Travelers Inn & Suites
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... bottom of the elevator shaft and retook the Big Room tour because yesterday, half-way round, the camera battery became exhausted! We noticed features we’d missed yesterday and are sure that there’s even more that was missed.
We still didn’t get to witness the bat event as we needed to check in with the FBO regarding the possibility of staying on if the expected storms roll back in again tomorrow. ...
... by elevator as the natural entrance was still closed, we had a late lunch at the Visitors’ Centre restaurant. The natural entrance leads down to a bat cave where hundreds of thousands of Mexican Free-tailed bats hang out for the summer. Their exodus in gigantic swarms to feed at dusk is quite a spectacle, so we decided to remain in the area until darkness fell. In the meantime, we drove to Slaughter Canyon (named after a rancher, not an event) where there is another huge ...
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Arrived at rest area at 11:50am - read the sign that said the self-guided tour of the "Big Room" would take 1-1.5 hours - I decided I could do it in an hour and so took off - in the end did it in 50 minutes and arrived at rest area with enough time relax ...
... and only an intern, but he seemed to know his stuff and was able to answer all questions. At the end of the King's Palace Tour, it was after 12:30 and we had been down in the cave since 9:00 at 56 degrees. We were getting a little cold, and figured a good cup of hot coffee was just what we needed. But instead of eating in the cave, we rode the elevators back up to the surface to warm up in the Visitors Center Snack Bar.
... a wonderful zig-zag through what here could be called mountains. This is a part of the Guadalupe Mountain range. Once again the vegetation is low scrub with a few higher plant sticking out, but the landscape is beautiful none the less. Every region we go to has different scenery, but the thing to remember when traveling is to appreciate each region for what it is. This region is flat with different plants and animals then we see somewhere else. That is part of the joy of travel ...