Second morning in Terlingua
Here's another look at the Candlelilla House.
We walked to breakfast, just a stroll down the road to Espresso ...y poco mas (Espresso ...and a little more). Yum they had great coffee and breakfast burritos, we sat out in the open air of Terlingua and enjoyed the morning.
We did stop by the local cemetery. It's right there along the road near where we stayed for the two nights. It is a good sized cemetery, some graves very old and some quite new.
I didn't have my camera along but we toured the town, lots of ruins and partial ruins, where people are living now. We packed up after breakfast and left Terlingua behind.
See the Rio Grande, on the left side is Mexico.
Along this river road we saw lots of rocks and mountains, various colors, shapes, and sizes.
Here we are along the Hoodoo Trail at the Rio Grande River.
We traveled along the river road as far west as Presidio Texas then headed north about 80 miles to Fort Davis.
This is just north of Marfa Texas.
Tonight we sleep at the Indian Lodge (the lodge was constructed in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and features the original interiors and furnishings) in
Fort Davis State Park.
While in the parking lot of the lodge along came two javelinas snorting their way through!
This is high above the Indian Lodge and the javelinas at Fort Davis State Park. This was the end of day four of our Big Bend Adventure.