Longhorn Ranch Motel

Address: Terlingua, Texas, United States | Motel
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    Travel Blogs from Terlingua

    Big Bend National Park

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on May 10, 2015

    8 photos

    ... Qld., in a second-hand RV., doing their 4th or 5th trip to USA.   Our camp was surrounded by mountains, and maybe we were camping in a volcanic caldera- apparently they keep changing their minds about that. Camping in USA in National Parks is so different. All have toilets, dump points, and water; pets are allowed, and there is an on-site "host" to help if needed. Some have electric ...

    Big Bend National Park

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Mar 26, 2015

    3 comments, 98 photos

    ... trails throughout the Rio Grande Village area including the Village, Daniels Ranch, Rio Grande Overlook, Langford Ruins and Hot Springs. We finally come to comprehend that there is a lookout posted on the Mexican side of the river watching tourists as they take and pay for items. They then row, run, ride or slosh across the river to grab the money before the Park Service comes to “confiscate” it. We learn later that most of these guys are from the town ...

    The Big Bend

    A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Feb 11, 2015

    1 comment, 86 photos

    ... are part of the Greater Sandhill Crane population wintering here from breeding grounds in northern states of Colorado, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana. There are Lesser Sandhill Cranes that are slightly smaller and those populations breed in the more northern latitudes- Canada and the Arctic- and they winter elsewhere. I am familiar with the Florida Sandhill a Cranes and I learned that that population is residential, not migratory- living year round in Florida. We used ...

    The Ups and Downs of Big Bend

    A travel blog entry by ktchris on Jan 15, 2015

    143 photos

    ... technically illegal and you aren’t supposed to buy them. I did see some rangers along the trail and they didn’t seem too bothered by it so I think they turn a blind eye to the practice as long as the Mexicans cross back over the border asap. The walk was beautiful right along the sandbanks of the Rio Grande until it became cliffs on both sides where we couldn’t walk any longer. The water is a really pretty color and we were finally starting to see blue ...

    Bears and Bucks in Big Bend

    A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Oct 04, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... of life. As I began to pack up camp a new buck brought his whole family by. There were 5 of them total. One buck, one mommy, a younger boy and girl, and a baby. They finished up the last of the pee salt and continued on there way. Before leaving one of them got really close to licking my sleeping bag but was to scared that something was inside to actually do it. It's been nice sharing this time and place with these animals. I like that they can live there ...