Motel 6 Del Rio
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... and horse roamed the landscape. The climate at that time was more moderate than today and supported a more lush vegetation that included pine, juniper, and oak woodlands in the canyons, with luxuriant grasslands on the uplands. These early people developed a hunting culture based upon large mammals, such as the mammoth and bison. No known evidence exists that these first inhabitants produced any rock paintings. By 7,000 ...
chemical substance that signals the male to come hither. After mating,
females lay eggs on the top of the leaves of plants such as bed straw or
madder. The larvae, commonly called horn worms, hatch in six to eight
days; they then feed on the host plants, eating a large amount of
leaves. After a month they pupate in the soil, sometimes remaining there
through the winter. Some hummingbird hawk moths produce two or more
... many miles ahead of us, without any services and few
towns, I was just glad to have it off the list of things to be taken
West out of Del Rio along US 90 and the
Amistad Reservoir, its white limestone shore line and turquoise
waters setting at some forty feet below it's normal level, some forty
miles to Seminole Canyon SP and Historic Site. The reservoir is feed
by the Pecos River and the Rio ...
... sites without. There is also a primitive area with another 12 sites. Bath houses are clean and the shower water is hot. Each site sits among the cacti and brush with a covered picnic table and views looking out towards the canyon and even Mexico. Everyone was very friendly and there is an exhibit area at the Visitor center and scheduled tours by the rangers at 10 and 3 Wednesday through Sunday but one should check first. There is even ...
From San Antonio we journeyed down I 35 to Laredo - 94% Hispanic and on the Rio Grande River. This was a big town with a beautiful old town square only a few blocks from a huge customs and border control complex at the bridge to Mexico. We had noticed customs and border control cars starting twenty miles outside Laredo. We then traveled west through ...