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

      Carlsbad Caverns (Whites City) to Fort Davis

      A travel blog entry by clarencejspm on Oct 28, 2014

      18 photos

      ... bite to eat in the diner before heading up the road to the McDonald Observatory, our reason for stopping here. We have reservations for the Star Party at 8:15pm, but hope to join the Twilight Program which runs beforehand as well. Luckily for us there are still some spaces and we go straight through to the auditorium. Tonight's Twilight Program is all about the moon. The presentation tells us all about the phases of the moon and what causes the different ...

      On to the Mountains!

      A travel blog entry by dhkidd on Jun 30, 2014

      21 photos

      ... We packed up, said goodbye to cousin Mary Ann at the front office, and headed out. We hated to leave the mountains!! We grabbed some pastries and fruit at the Porter’s Thriftway for breakfast, and drove to Marfa. Got out, looked at the "El Paisano" hotel where the movie “Giant” was filmed (James Dean, Elizabeth Taylor, etc.). It is a very pretty hotel, with comfortable chairs in the lobby, a fountain outside, and a pool in ...

      Out and about, exploring the cracks

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 13, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... which can be pricey. For $100 you can go at sunset or sunrise. Staff, interns and maybe foundation members have more access. It is also only open Wed -Sun for 4 hours. But, it was worth the trip for me and I would recommend it.

      Judd moved from NYC to Marfa in 1977 and began construction of the installation in 1979. It is housed on an old WWII army base and is massive. Judd's works are in the ammunition storage buildings. He built ...

      DIPPING WITH DUCKS & CATCHING ROAD RUNNERS

      A travel blog entry by joanandlarry on Feb 11, 2014

      8 comments, 43 photos

      ... the place. The view, scenery, abundant wildlife, unique geological formations, historic buildings and one of the darkest night skies in the U.S. are all spectacular.

      The buildings of the fort have been well preserved and displayed in the manner in which they were originally used when constructed. One almost feels that sense of being there in the height of activity. Sounds of taps and military troops are played ...

      McDonald Observatory

      A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on Jun 05, 2013

      14 photos

      ... make for some of the darkest and clearest night skies in the region and provide excellent conditions for astronomical research.The Otto Struve Telescope, dedicated in 1939, was the first large telescope built at the observatory. It is located on Mt. Locke at an altitude of 2,070 m (6,790 ft). The summit of Mt. Locke, accessed by Spur 78 (which we stayed at the ...