Cibolo Creek Ranch
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... being back in Rosman.
We enjoyed our remaining time in Ajo and Why. It really felt like home there after 5 weeks. But ultimately we had to move on and we did so on Feb. 1st driving east to Tucson. Here we camped overnight at a casino and attended a nightly stargazing event at the nearby Kitt Peak National Observatory. The observatory has some of the largest and best telescopes in the world and they are shared between several ...
We woke up sore but feeling refreshed and ready for a new day. The hot springs seriously loosened up our muscles and after drinking all the water in Texas we were both feeling good to go again. We decided to walk a short 2 mile trail that was near the campsite called Balanced Rock just to get the blood flowing. As we walked along the trail we saw a little Javelina snuffling around in the bushes. They look like little hairy pigs but ...
... as a surrealist commentary on Western materialism. Interesting, then, that Miuccia Prada herself was consulted on the project, handpicking the merchandise for the store's interior and allowing Elmgreen and Dragset to use the Prada logo. Costing a sum total of $80,000 - or, put another way, about 40 Prada handbags - Prada Marfa’s grand opening occurred on October 1st, 2005, and the perplexed associated press spread the news all across the country. With all the ...
If you ever ever get this way you have to take the road fromk Terlingua to Presidio!!
This road is awesome, running along the Rio Grande along the Mexican border and there are many stops and vistas you will want to photograph. As well as just wonderful series of bends, great steep up and downs that sometimes you get into such a great rythym it just makes you smile as you power out of tight ...
... moves them around like a giant beach ball. When the wind blows out here....the tumbleweeds follow.
I learned a couple of things about Marfa. One is, the town is not what you see......it's the stuff they pack in the cracks. There are places that look closed that aren't. There are places that say they are open, and aren't. It sometimes feels like the whole town is just a random occurrence. Be aware that posted hours and days ...