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Travel Blogs from Fort Davis
... Canyon. MIL and FIL stayed at the Millers and went to lunch at a Mexican restaurant in town.
Modesta Canyon was fabulous – beautiful with lots of ups and downs for hiking, then out on to the plains for a look over a valley. Evidently Modesta Canyon got its name from Clayton Williams' (Claytie as he is known out here) wife; he was a founding member and gave money to the CDRI. Ate lunch on the trail – Kelly got a ...
... blocks and housed the workers who plied the roads and worksites.
We pushed on to Texon (not much there) and then got into the hurly gurdy of Big Lake, which made everything else look like a side show. The servo we pulled into had 20 pumps and we had to line up; the traffic was chaotic; every hotel/motel was booked out and the only RV park in town was full of workers rigs. Everybody was in a rush to go somewhere, do something or earn another ...
... 3 months it feels good to tell my readers THANK YOU !
AN OASIS IN THE DESERT
The Balmorhea Hotsprings pool was first built between 1934 and 1936 by the Civilian Conservation Corp as a means of providing work for unemployed men. The pool is continually fed by underground springs at a constant temperature between 72 and 74 degrees year round.
... over a year but Clare didn't play much as she developed a fever that afternoon that lasted our whole time in Balmorhea.
We went into Balmorhea, population of about 500, to do laundry the next day at the town's only laundromat. We've been fortunate thus far that wherever we've stayed there has been laundry facilities until the last 2 State Parks. After seeing this laundromat we were really glad of ...
... find out more of the story behind that name for yourself, if you
..stay well.. do good... stay in
We stayed an extra day, rode bike with
Don, took some more photos..
..from Don't Squat With Yer Spurs
….There's no time to rest when
there's work to be done. Eat on the run, forget about sleep, and
change horses often..
I'm glad I'm not ...