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Travel Blogs from Marathon
My heart soared with pride when I saw the Red, White in Blue blowing in the light breeze. I am pride to be an American and want to give a special thanks to Clayton and all the other veterans that keep us safe everyday, today I said a special prayer just for you. I am also thinking of Colin on this special day, soon to be a marine (8 days and …
Day 22: Fort Davis, Texas to Marathon, Texas (60 miles; 3:31) Today we rode through a broad desert plain flanked on both sides by typically Texan foothills and partially eroded remnants of mountains that looked as if they might have been really impressive several million years ago. I saw several hills which I suspect were cinder cones. The ride was …
... utilities and cable!
Tonight I'll look up into all these stars, and tears will flow,, for all
...in the morning we'll leave Marathon,
and leave TV again, but the imagies we all have seen on this day will
stay with us for a while.
... myself crossing this in a wagon train or on horseback. There is no water but of course the Rio Grande has been dammed here so that might be the reason. I just can picture those Apaches waiting up there to attack.
We saw on our drive of about 130 miles some bikers on ten speed bikes traveling along this road. I could not believe it and where are they going to get water. We even thought that if we had a blow out here we ...
... the mountains we stopped for about an hour to let the fog lift. Big Bend is a huge park that is the only US park that contains an entire mountain range, the Chsos Mountains. We visited park headquarters at Panther Junction, got our travel hints from the rangers and started to roll. Rio Grande Village, in the eastern part of the park is close to ...
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