Terlingua Ranch Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Terlingua
... We went to the Visitors Center because they most always have a short film about the Park and the highlights that you should try to visit. This Park is unique because it has Mountains, Desert and Rivers in it, so there was plenty to see. There are lots of hiking trails available, but luckily for us, there are a lot of roads going throughout the Park, which is larger than the state ...
... need them? (ala Brownsville) This does beg the question if the scores of Billions of dollars being spent to protect our border are really just another case of false security – you know, like the TSA at the airports strip searching grandmothers? (yes, I am exaggerate for effect) In reality, these folks are just trying to scrape together a meager existence in this barren land. At each of the sanctioned gift shops we visit in the Park we see the same walking sticks ...
... were warming up around the track. That's a first! Then it was on to Guadalupe Mountains National Park where we spent three nights in the beautiful Park campground and got in some great hiking. Even got up to the highest point in Texas- Guadalupe Peak. We drove from here to the nearby Carlsbad Caverns National Park and toured the phenomenal caverns, a mile underground. Enormous, fascinating and beautiful. A whole other world. I only included a few pictures because I don't ...
... to our van. We ended up hiking for over 5 hours that day and we were both starving and exhausted. We drove to our primitive campsite in Grapevine Hills which ended up being 7 miles off road and really secluded. It was super quiet and dark and the stars were amazing. No holes were dug.
Jan 17th – Big Bend NP (Grapevine hills)
We woke up a little sore from the previous days hiking but were excited to be in warm weather and blue skies. We ...
... But I am alive so it was totally worth it! This day turned out to be amazing. As I neared the 7800 foot every peak near Sun down I almost stepped on a rattlesnake. If I got bit I wouldn't be so excited. But I didn't so it was a super adrenaline rush. I had my door right over top of the thing before I noticed it. It was a dark gray camoflaging it to the dark rocks around it. It really didn't look like a rattle snake, but it had a triangular poisonous head ...