Knights Inn And Suites Del Rio
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... be our last!, then drove on westwards to Del Rio, on the Rio Grande. Only 2 km to Mexico! John saw a road runner, (bird) just like in the Disney cartoons (without the "beep-beep").
Lovely camp, in a run down site, full of trees and birds . Scarlet cardinals and crimson collared grosbeaks. Very interesting hosts who talked and talked, telling us about birds, armadillos, deer etc, that would "go thump in the night!"
We Skyped the family for Mothers' ...
A note about Totanaka park. We are in space 35 and want to remember for next time. We have morning sun, afternoon shade and a space next to us that is too small for everyone so it's unoccupied. We are checking out our old haunts. Taco Tuesday at Off the Edge followed by good music at Froggies. Yesterday I overdid it with Zumba in the morning and golf in the afternoon, on the hottest day we have had, about ...
... we went with the same ranger on a star giving tour right from the campground. The ranger even told us how to survive living in the canyon for about three days – very interesting.
This canyon steps back in time to when the dinosaurs roamed when ice age hunters pursued big game with stone tipped spears and lived in rock shelters. Their artisans used paint ground down from stones and other ingredients and painted mural ...
... crossed into Mexico. When I stepped into Mexico I got really excited because now I can say that I have been in Mexico, and I can also say that I have been in every country in north America!! After that we drove to our campsite. When we were driving to our campsite we saw the new border patrol at the beginning of the dam. When we were driving past the station Dad said that once the ...
... and got a meal that would feed a family of six (how we missed the kids, they could have finished it for me), Johan had a Mexican sampler platter, again food to feed an army.
We finally made it to Del Rio, a little town on the border with Mexico. I saw a photo of a church on the cover of a magazine and wanted to find it that we could take our own photo. With very little info we set off to the old part of town. We found the border with a ...