Terlingua Ranch Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of life. As I began to pack up camp a new buck brought his whole family by. There were 5 of them total. One buck, one mommy, a younger boy and girl, and a baby. They finished up the last of the pee salt and continued on there way. Before leaving one of them got really close to licking my sleeping bag but was to scared that something was inside to actually do it. It's been nice sharing this time and place with these animals. I like that they can live there ...
... Didn't see a bear again, nor a mountain lion :-( - next time....
From this detour we dropped back to the 385 and headed to Terlingua Ghost Town. I could only find 1 room at the Inn as it were so Kenn and I had to share. Also the owner of the El Dorado Motel also warned us that the only room left is "above the bar" and we've live music tonight. Oh well, guess we'll have to listen to it and drink in the bar then!
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Left Terlingua TX this morning, 38 rainy & fog. By the time we get through Alpine TX it's 33 & so foggy we can hardly see. Not fun in a 43 ft Motorhome! Found a place to pull over and wait it out for a while, wind howling and trees iced over at this point. Got on the road after an hour or so and smooth sailing into Las ...
... took us 30 minutes to reach the start of the trail. We arrived at 3pm...perfect sun angle time for this trail. We still had plenty of light to accomplish this 2 mile hike. The sun was still high enough in the sky but low enough to give that golden coloring to the surrounding area. The trail followed a dry wash between two cliffs of red rock, very similar to the terrain in Moab or Sedona. The elevation change on this trail was minimal until you got to the cluster of rocks at ...
... into the general store. John and I looked around at all the **** trying to look genuinely interested in buying something when really all we wanted to see was the stuffed goat. Athens goat was nowhere to be found so wee left. As we left we saw some "art" on the side of the road. I don't know...a dragonfly made out of used lawn mower parts, a suicide sled made out of ...