Buffalo Inn

300 23rd Street, Canyon, Texas, 79015, United States | Motel
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    Travel Blogs from Canyon

    Big Texas RV Park and Ziplines

    A travel blog entry by rvmottus14 on Apr 19, 2014

    ... windy. Okay unbelievable to me, but my Regina guy is reminded of childhood on the prairie. The weather here is calling for 30% chance of thundershowers both today (Saturday) and tomorrow (Easter Sunday). We're going to play it by ear to see how long we stay in Texas. The Starbucks location was in a mall anchored by Amigos grocery. It was like being transported ...

    Palo Duro Canyon State Park - day two

    A travel blog entry by mike.randleman on Sep 09, 2013

    Today is a rest day (no travelling) and began with very comfortable temperatures in the high 60's. We woke about 6:45 and it was still dark down in the canyon. About 8:00, the Sun began to show at the top of the canyon walls (brilliant display). One of the first things I did was to open the trailer windows and door, only to discover five, ...

    Palo Duro Canyon State Park - day one

    A travel blog entry by mike.randleman on Sep 08, 2013

    ... are running (or flash flooding, as the case may be). Needless to say there was no water flowing anywhere in the canyon. When we got back to the trailer, the AC was struggling to cool us to a tolerable temperature. There is no phone service down in the canyon, so we were unable to check or send e-mail. There was, surprisingly good TV reception via the antenna, so I was able to watch Sunday Night Football. We spent a very nice, comfortable ...

    Volcano Flowers

    A travel blog entry by woollyman on Aug 11, 2013

    22 photos

    ... turned to afternoon.

    New Mexivolcano
    With Texas's grain elevators behind me, North-eastern New Mexico brought grasslands, shoot-through towns, and a volcano. Yes.

    The road apparently had been climbing (without me noticing) to 6200 feet. The windswept town of Capulin stands in the shadow of Capulin Volcano, which I didn't know existed until it's crescent bowl top displayed itself to the north. I shot up and ...

    Show me the way...

    A travel blog entry by ryanboyle81 on Jun 18, 2013

    14 photos

    Stopped at the Cadillac Ranch today to have a duke round. Fair play to yer man for burying all those motors but I'm not really sure what the point is.

    There were a crowd of eejits spray painting nonsense on them. Did spot a fellow Spurs man had been recently although it may have been the San Antonio kind.