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Travel Blogs from Del Rio
... lunch and beginning of our planned Trip. We have been planning for a year.
Had a great breakfast with local folks sitting next table asking many questions about our trip.
We were all sad to hear about the 19 fire fighters killed in Arizona fighting wild fires. Prayers for their families.
Had a pleasant ride to Del Rio along fields of corn, sorghum and ...
... many miles ahead of us, without any services and few
towns, I was just glad to have it off the list of things to be taken
West out of Del Rio along US 90 and the
Amistad Reservoir, its white limestone shore line and turquoise
waters setting at some forty feet below it's normal level, some forty
miles to Seminole Canyon SP and Historic Site. The reservoir is feed
by the Pecos River and the Rio ...
... This is a beautiful area and the Apache did come through here on their trips into Mexico to raid those villages and even the Texas towns nearby.
Fascinating day and we really enjoyed it!
Thursday, March 21 – Seminole Canyon State Park and Historic site, Comstock, TX If you are headed east or west on 90 in TX this is a must stop for at least one night or more. The campground has 23 sites with electric and water ...
... older guy singing & asking for donations, they just have little signs on rocks. After we went past he hopped in a little canoe & rowed to the Mexican side & continued singing in the shade. After we left the national park we saw lots of border patrol vehicles, even saw a couple on horseback & some on foot. Had to go through another border patrol check near Marathon, about 70 miles from the border, if you are not a US citizen they check your ...
Last time our vacation spot was determined by the movie "Leap Year", this time however we looked at the map and found ourselves the one place in Texas where there is no cell phone reception, no internet access and no TV. This means a total work block out. In the back of my mind I remain optimistic that I would be able to sit on a mountain peak in the Chisos and find the single internet signal that will allow us to keep the blog going for the next ...