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... inside New Mexico.
There is a little Museum there called the Herzstein Memorial Museum.
It's named after the Herzstein family who were a Jewish family who
prospered in the area. It was a cute little museum and the staff were
very friendly, happy to see anyone and happy to see people from so
far away. The younger lady, probably early 20's was showing us a
basket of rattles from rattlesnakes and said “You have ...
... t find bear pepper spray. The lady looked at him as if he were mental and said that it wasn't necessary. She was trying not to laugh! That made me feel better and Jonathan worries too much! :-). I did wonder how necessary the anti-bear soap was that he bought! Next he'll be buying bear urine or something to mark our territory; I'm sure you can buy it at Walmart ;-) Bunnies and squirrels here plus giant crows and I here Canadian geese in the distance. Plus a ...
... 9 hours from Arlington. We took our time and stopped several times along the way, including a lengthy stop in Claude, Texas, where we photographed just about everything in sight. "Claude" was Mary Thelma's husband's name; he died a year ago, and this trip is partly formed in his memory, so running into a Claude on the road seemed serendipitous. We provided some serious amusement to two people who were lowering the flag in front of ...
... just in case a bear came by . The people in Alice campground were very friendly, of course we were parked so near the road so everyone came by us going anywhere.lol We met a couple from Bryan Tx who said they come here every year( for the past 13 years ) Ann and Phill Bryan TX Ann said she had hummingbirds feeders hanging on her awning, one day last week she heard a commotion, looked out and saw a big black bear licking the juice up from ...
... but it was improved during the CCC years. Many people seem to think it needs more
improving. I heard two people talking about how scared they were driving to the top. By the time I got to the top the wind had picked up substantially.
I hiked the Crater Vent Trail, a 0.2 mile, paved trail that leads to the bottom of the crater, which is only about 100 feet down from the parking ...