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... end up driving far too late into the night. So we reluctantly head north towards Marathon, our intended stopover. We both agree that we'd like to come back some day and spend more time exploring the park.
Shortly after leaving the park there is a border crossing patrol where we have to stop and show our passports and answer a few questions. A bit random but I guess being so close to Mexico they have to be ...
We got off I-10 for gas at Rt 18. This older guy was tracking miles and such on a trip with his sons. He stood by that gas pump waiting for his numbers to record in his book and when the wind took his receipt in flight he tore off after it. For an old guy he moved pretty well. His sons couldn't believe it and he was close to being run over by a semi.
Anyway we headed ...
... of Dallas and Fort Worth...the fog stuck with us.....and started freezing to whatever it hit. There was ice in the trees, on the powerlines....and on our windshield. I washed the road cack off at a fuel stop, only to have the wash water freeze immediately. It's colder than dammit outside and every stop to fuel up was agonizingly cold.....with a nice 15 mph wind to boot. We were careful along the way, taking special care on bridges and ...
... was a BYOB bar. Bring your own stuff, pay five bucks cover charge and stay all night. Well we didn't know it walking in so some of the locals offered us beers and the bar didn't charge us the five bucks because we didn't bring any liquor. Such a deal ! The locals were very friendly. An interesting experience. Texas is great so far and it's a BIG state so more to ...
... some of the alien stuff. It means we save a night on getting to Albuquerque and we get to see some of the less developed areas of Texas and New Mexico. We drove from San Antonio to our overnight stop in Fort Stockton and the scenery blew us away. We were surrounded by limestone mountains and driving on curvy roads, not at all what we expected. The speed limits in this part of Texas are the highest in the nation - 80mph. We were ...