The Maverick Inn
Travel Blogs from Alpine
... least to the environment because the experience of them did not seem to depend on the light, but the fact that these massive sculptures were in a massive space was clearly a statement. This space was 3 connected building that were once where wool was sorted and stored to be shipped out to make uniforms for soldiers.
All in all it was an amazing day. We ended up trying to re-explore Marfa, having been assured that more would be ...
... I never thought I would never get
over Glacier when we left that place in September.
By noon tomorrow we will leave
Alpine behind with only our attending church at St James to mark our
I guess all that all that's left for us
is to move on. Someplace new for tomorrow. ...
... Lizards), for its statue of playful alligators in the fountain. At one time there were supposedly real alligators in this fountain!
The statue at this main intersection is a monument to Fray Garcia, a Franciscan who built the first mission here and is credited as the founder of El Paso. Across the way is the restored Plaza Theatre.
... two nights and visit the McDonald Observatory and the Historic Fort then drive up to the mountains and head into New Mexico.
Today when we started driving it was 37 degrees then it was 55 and now in Alpine it is around 50. Considering that the temperature was over 90 the day before, George just cannot adjust to these temperature changes.
Monday, March 25 – Lost Alaskan RV Park, Alpine, TX This park north of ...
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