Wildhorse Station

State Highway 118, Terlingua, Texas, 79830, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Terlingua

Day Two Road Trip

A travel blog entry by peedeedog


... County death records and records from St. Agnes Church in Terlingua identify many others who are buried there. They have identified 285 people who are buried there. When St. Agnes Church became active in Terlingua in 1914, the priests “adopted” the Terlingua Cemetery. In church records it is shown as “St. Agnes Chisos” Cemetery. However, official death records continued to refer to it as ...

The drive to Midland

A travel blog entry by crisguidi


... trip back to Midland. I recommended that we head out through the park north road leading to Marathon to give us a new view. We did just that but it turned out the drive was yucky until we got to MarThin which was a cute old country town. At that point I recommended to to John that we head to Marfa which we heard was a cute artsy town well known for ...

Tuesday's plans

A travel blog entry by crisguidi

... the weather is going to be relatively hot, its good to have some shade along the trek. This is our last day in the park therefore we will make sure we have seen all parts of this great park. For dinner we have already decided to go back to High Sierra - the first restaurant we ate at during this trip. Maybe Dr. Fun will be playing his grand music. More later...and yes, the Flats are joining us ...

Lost Mine and Hot Springs with the Flats.

A travel blog entry by crisguidi


Okay more about the hike today. Another trail track from John's GPS watch so you can get a sense of the trail we walked. Beautiful scenery!!! The second picture is of Bill and Ada enjoy the views from 6800 feet on Lost Mine Trail overlooking the National Park. ...

Our first hike in Big Bend - Window Trail

A travel blog entry by crisguidi


... lunch. It was time to head back and the return trip was just as fast... An hour. So total we hiked 4.7 miles and it took us 3 hours with a lengthy lunch break. While the signs said it was bear and mountain lion country, we saw nothing but a lizard. A lizard!! It was a good hike. We drove around the rest of the day to rest the legs. We drove to the Rio Grande Village where we could see Mexico across the river. Boquillos Canyon was another area around the Rio ...

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This hotel, located on State Highway 118, Terlingua, is near Chihuahuan Desert and Mariscal Canyon.
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