Hampton Inn Van Horn
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... border between Texas and Mexico. There are border patrol vehicles everywhere, as you can imagine. The Rio Grande was anything but, however, scarcely more than a large stream.
Leaving the park we headed back up the 118, stopping to refule and have a clod drink in Terlingua before turning onto the 170 towards Presidio. A fantastic road for bikes, a mix of long sweepers ...
Today, January 15th, marks our seventh month on the road. We are leaving Van Horn, Texas and will make a short stop in Junction, then continue on our way to San Antonio, where we will hang out for a month. But before I get ahead of myself, let me share a few observations I made on our trip so far. Although we have seen some gorgeous areas, the Great Lakes, green rolling fields, forests, mountains and quaint small towns. We have also seen some pretty ...
... the mountains are in west Texas. Duh! They are the tail end of the Rocky Mountains that spills through west Texas and into Mexico.
The Guadalupe Mountains National Park has the highest point in Texas; Guadalupe Peak is an impressive 8,749 feet. Van Horn, at only 4042 feet, is just a small speck in a Godzilla sized state and is about fifty miles south of Guadalupe Peak. (I can't take credit for the two ...
... before Larry returned with the coffee.
Within 5 minutes the pain was GONE !
And, as long as I kept the salve on, the itch abated.
I smeared on the salve and carefully put on a sock.
Activated charcoal is a natural drawing agent which is often used as an antidote for poisonings. I buy it online in 1lb. bags for about $18.
For stomach problems, I buy it in capsules or encapsulate the powder myself. ...
The day after a sleepy Fi returned from Oz we set off for Texas. After a quick drive through Brett's university in Tuscon, AZ, we continued our drive West through New Mexico. The 4hr drive across this state was extremely bland. Straight roads, ghost towns and, well, nothing.
We decided to set up camp halfway to Dallas, in Van Horn, TX. Although it wasn't the most exciting town, our small campsite served its purpose of breaking up the ...