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We left our winter home at Palm Creek Golf and RV Resort in Casa Grande, AZ on April 15th.
We'll eventually be heading to the east coast and northeast for the summer months, but that's no reason not to slow down and visit some areas along the way. We've been traveling with our friends Paul and Laura for the past two weeks and having a blast.
Paul suggested that he'd like to visit the Big Bend National Park area in southwest Texas, so we decided to tag along. (Thanks guys for putting up with us!)
We both like to drive short days and miles, so we stopped at the SKP park in Deming, NM the first night, then at Desert Willow RV Park in Van Horn, TX the next night. Nothing special at either park, just nice places for an overnight stop.
|Beside the pool|
Big Bend National Park on three different days. This is a very large park, so multi-day visits are a must. We attempted to visit a different part of the park each time after first orienting ourselves and picking up valuable information at the Panther Junction Visitor's Center.
|Lunch at Rio Grande Village Visitor's Center|
|Rio Grande and Mexico behind|
|Hot Springs with Rio Grande behind|
So as not to make these next few blog posts too lengthy, I've decided to include a few pics around the Park, then split our adventures up into several future posts.
|Boquillas border crossing gate|
|Petroglyphs along the Hot Springs Trail|
To view many additional pictures for Big Bend National Park (Day 1) just click on this link to go to our Google+ Photo Album.
Thanks for stopping by to take a look!
Big Bend has been on our list for years, now we just have to get up and get going there. ;c)ReplyDelete
With your current health situation, I'll give you a break. I was going to say that you have to leave the east coast to get to Big Bend. LOL (Just kidding with you Paul).ReplyDelete
Big Bend ... the "big" is an understatement, don't you think?ReplyDelete