Terlingua Ranch Lodge
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the Rio Grande and Crown Mountain.
We spot two hombres crossing from Mexico into the USA on horseback. Using our binoculars, we can see that they are bringing walking sticks into the USA. We later find a series of unmanned “souvenir stands” which include the walking sticks, wire sculptures, cloth bracelets, and a container for you to place your “donation” or “payment”. These stands are placed at strategic spots ...
... 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 ...
... technically illegal and you aren’t supposed to buy them. I did see some rangers along the trail and they didn’t seem too bothered by it so I think they turn a blind eye to the practice as long as the Mexicans cross back over the border asap. The walk was beautiful right along the sandbanks of the Rio Grande until it became cliffs on both sides where we couldn’t walk any longer. The water is a really pretty color and we were finally starting to see blue ...
... 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 ...
... the national park. The main thing I remember about the float was on one side was Mexico, and the other side was the USA and that the water was very muddy!
Big Bend National park is a rugged, and vast area. It is a land of extremes and diversity. We were there several days and did not come close to seeing all there is to see.
While in the area, be sure to visit the interesting town of Terlingua. This quirky little town is home to a variety of fascinating ...