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 carol_fred on Apr 16, 2015

    36 photos

    ... of the car. We suffered damage to the right, front of the car, but since the car was still derivable, we continued on our way - scary way to start the day.

    The drive from there was uneventful, but great to see the wide open spaces. We arrived at the Park and got in on our Lifetime Senior National Park Pass, which we bought 4 years ago for $10 – best investment ...

    Big Bend National Park

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Mar 26, 2015

    3 comments, 98 photos

    ... I’ll believe that. But it is a cool scorpion!

    We drive the road to Daniels Ranch and spot a restricted area where the Common Blackhawk is building a nest. At the Ranch, I observe a hombre walking up the trail from the river that immediately turns around upon spotting me and disappears into the brush. Frankly, this is a little unsettling. Where is a really nice 20 foot high rusting border fence and scores of armed border patrol officers ridding in trucks ...

    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

    ... expected but the trail was nice and it was fun to walk off trail here or there to check out different views. Unlike forests, this terrain lets you walk in all directions, as long as you avoid the pointy cactuses and bushes. When we got to the end of the trail we discovered there was actually a 105degreeF hot spring that people were greatly enjoying. We were tempted but had to do the entire walk back and didn’t want to be all wet and uncomfortable so we skipped it and ...

    Bears and Bucks in Big Bend

    A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Oct 04, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... it was about a year or so old. Not a cub but not full grown. Totally got walked up on peeing haha The craziest thing just happened! I did a 6 mile loop and came back to the same spot I saw the bear at before. This time there was a different larger bear there! I know it sounds stupid but I got a bit closer to get a pic after having that this bear wasn't looking to be trouble. In the end even though I was only about 10 ft away from the bear the picture ...