Harvard Lodge at Sproul Ranch

Address: 1900 Sproul Road, Fort Davis, Texas, 79734, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 1900 Sproul Road, Fort Davis, is near McDonald Observatory, Davis Mountains State Park, and Fort Laramie National Historic Site.
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      Carlsbad Caverns (Whites City) to Fort Davis

      A travel blog entry by clarencejspm on Oct 28, 2014

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      ... the cave, don't hurt yourself, shout if you have a problem. Then we get geared up with our helmet, lights and gloves before heading down into the cave via the elevator.

      750 feet down and it's time for a quick bathroom break before heading to where we will enter the Lower Cave via a rope descent and three ladders. The hole we are to go down is in one of the Big Cave's display areas, but without knowing it was there you'd never see the entrance! ...

      Day 5: $&@? Idea

      A travel blog entry by jenn.hess.9 on Jul 05, 2014

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      ... would be cool to stay at Balmorhea lake. Let me tell you, the rhea part that reminds you of diarrhea; it's for a reason. There was nobody on duty to tell us where the park was, so we headed out at dusk to find it. The lake is about a quarter the size of Camp Far, but otherwise reminds one of it, with the exception of the desert surrounding it. As we travelled around the lake, the indigenous population gave us pondering and slightly menacing ...

      On to the Mountains!

      A travel blog entry by dhkidd on Jun 30, 2014

      21 photos

      ... Stone Village Market with ham, brie, green olives and sprouts on it – a odd combination. We also had chips and cabbage salad from the previous visit to Whole Foods. We saw a dead tree with a bee hive in it, but no bees. Kelly said the queen must have died so the rest of the hive died too (he thinks he knows so much since he took a beekeeping class, thanks to Olivia!) After the hike we went to the Botanical Garden which was very ...

      Texas - from an old fort to new oil

      A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Jun 10, 2014

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      ... was a modern boom town!

      We headed north on the H137 turning onto the lesser H33, passing thru very arid country all the while but it was still crowded with trucks and pick-ups. More drill rigs up this way but still an awful lot of 'noddys' (beam pumps). Lots of places selling water from bores and tall standing tanks - it seemed that many of the ploughed fields were left fallow as the farmers were making more and easy money selling their water ...

      Digging up Dom

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 12, 2014

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      ... Everyone has been really easy going, sort of
      an island mentality in the middle of the desert.

      Then there are the sharp edges. My favorite was the sign in Big Bend park at a trail head that gave instructions, among other things, of what to do if one encountered a mountain lion or bear...Pick up small children. make yourself look big, and if attacked fight back.

      Tomorrow I go for a tour of the Chinati foundation. Should be interesting.