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... River. We enjoyed this moderately easy trail. The wild flowers and flowering cactus were ablaze with color. The year we went was a relatively wet one so the flowers were really pretty.
Another day, we hiked the Emory Peak Trail. This was a challenging hike to the high point inthe park, the 7,832 foot Emory Peak. The trail begins in the Chios Basin and gains over 2400 feet on its way to the top. I admit, I about did not make it. It was a hard hike for me and ...
... and Darby got in fully with their suits while Sean and Clark soaked their cold feet. Megan only warmed her hands. The second half of our float was swifter, warmer and took us through an awesome canyon with huge walls on both the U.S. And Mexico side. The family is now tired and relaxing to an episode of sponge Bob. Tomorrow we will explore Big Bend on our own with no agenda. Good ...
Doing much of nothing today, just being lazy and enjoying the sun. I think it made 83 today and it sure does feel good on the bones.
This town called Terlingua is a strange but fun place. They do have some bars around here that are so much fun. The locals do their singing and and playing music. I was able to catch some of the song that is on the video, hope you can make out the words. The song was written by the ...
... and was much easier to walk through the ravel therefore our time was considerably faster. We reached the trailhead in 1 hour....2 miles in one hour. This was one of our favorite trails because of the diversity. By this time it was only 2pm and we still had a lot of light and were feeling energetic so I researched another short trail for us to hike in an area that we haven't explored. I will post those details and pictures in another entry. ...
... before descending
into the Chisos Basin. The 30 miles Ross Maxwell Scenic Drive
leads to the Castolon Historic District and Santa Elena Canyon.
Well my friends I have finally got caught up on this blog as of now. We are going out to check out the park today and hopefully get some good photo's for you yo enjoy.
Jim and Kathy