Prude Ranch

Address: PO Box 1907, Fort Davis, Texas, 79734, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on PO Box 1907, Fort Davis, is near McDonald Observatory, Davis Mountains State Park, and Fort Laramie National Historic Site.
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    Travel Blogs from Fort Davis

    A great day in Fort Davis

    A travel blog entry by tlshade on Mar 09, 2015

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... world! When we were done touring the fort, it was time to head back to camp. When we got there, Laura decided it was nap time and Tom caught up with email and Words with Friends. Then I got up and did 2 blogs today for your viewing enjoyment! Well it is time to upload pictures and think about dinner. I hear thunder happening, so I am sure we will probably get some rain later....typical in the ...

    Carlsbad Caverns (Whites City) to Fort Davis

    A travel blog entry by clarencejspm on Oct 28, 2014

    18 photos

    ... that they are literally within touching distance, although of course we're not allowed to touch. We go through several chambers, stopping at various places for the ranger to give us history and information and point out the various different formations, explaining how they are created. We get taken to the bottom of the 90 foot practically vertical drop where the original visitors entered the lower cave on a ladder fashioned out of fence wire and oak ...

    On to the Mountains!

    A travel blog entry by dhkidd on Jun 30, 2014

    21 photos

    ... plants well identified. We learned that the lechuguilla agave plant is the indicator plant of the Chihuahuan Desert. We also saw a tiny little bug about the size of dime that was bright red - the man at the front desk told us it was called a red velvet mite, or rain bug, and that he had never seen one. Driving back we saw where they were shooting a safety commercial on the highway, complete with large stuffed cow (can't wait to see that on ...

    Texas - from an old fort to new oil

    A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Jun 10, 2014

    8 photos

    ... drillers. - but that's just an assumption. There were new roads being pushed thru the scrub and new pipelines linking pumps to pumping stations and/or processing plants. Anywhere there was disturbed ground the incessant wind picked up the white dust and blew it this way and that!

    As we got closer to Garden City the country began to improve and a few fields of ploughed ground began to make an appearance between the scrub and the oil rigs, but it ...

    Digging up Dom

    A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 12, 2014

    43 photos

    ... out a couple of dune buggies. They guy was very friendly and we talked for a few minutes. A look in his garage revealed a Dodge Viper that had been "worked on", and it had a 680 horsepower engine. He also had a 70's cuda, and a bunch of street rods. It turns out the he owned the local bar, dance hall, hotel, and a bunch of other businesses in town and is involved in a lot of civic organizations. Nice guy....his name was Herman. Just another person we ...