Ten Bits Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I could see the Rio Grand and Mexico. I camped again under the stars that night. Song of the day "If your gonna play in Texas- Alabama Day 3 Yesterday a local mention that I needed to check out a water fall that they don't put on the map. ( an attempt at keeping traffic and impact low to the water source) I wasn't sure if I was going to go, but I took down the directions anyway. Today I went there because I have come to learn that the local always knows ...
... are distant mountain ranges to your left, right and straight ahead. We swept through the park and took a small detour to Chisos Mountain Lodge. Now this was a dead end diversion that went high into the mountain range along the border and well worth the side trip. Watch out for mountain lions and bears read the signs, but to be honest your concentrating on the road as it was Swiss Alps twisty with lots of slow 1st gear hairpins - great fun - and amidst ...
... color for body pigment. Various Mexican and American prospectors reportedly found cinnabar at Terlingua in the
1880s, but the remoteness and hostile Indians deterred mining.
A man named Jack Dawson reportedly produced the first mercury fromTerlingua in 1888, but the district got off to a slow start. It was not until the mid-1890s that the Terlingua finds began to be publicized in newspapers and mining ...
After the Pine Canyon trail hike we were eager to hike another trail. Referring to the park newspaper I found the Grapevine Hills trail - an easy 2 mile hike along a dry wash to a balanced rock. Hey....that sounds cool and it surely was. The road to get to this trailhead was even longer than Glenn Springs road. This dirt road was 7.7 miles long but again through beautiful country. It was in slightly better condition so we were able to drive a tad faster to get to the trailhead. ...
After our drive and hike day, we decided to go back to the Terlingua Ghost Town and check out the area...well, more precisely I wanted to see the stuffed dead goat that used to drink beer. We drove to the Terlingua Trading post in hopes to see Clay the drinking goat (stuffed) and had no luck. We walked by "patrons" and dogs laying around on the trading out porch as they watched ...